Infrastructure charges resolutions
Local governments can levy different infrastructure charge amounts for local government areas. To do this a local government needs to pass an adopted infrastructure charges resolution, as set out in Section 648D of the Sustainable Planning Act 2009. As with any infrastructure charge it can be set equal to or below the maximum adopted charge in the State planning regulatory provision (adopted charges).
Local governments can also use an adopted infrastructure charges resolution to:
- identify trunk infrastructure
- clarify credit and offset arrangements for infrastructure charges.
The following local governments have adopted an adopted infrastructure charges resolution and provided the resolution to the department in accordance with subsection 648D(4) of the Sustainable Planning Act 2009.
All enquires regarding the contents and currency of the local government adopted infrastructure charges resolutions, including whether an adopted infrastructure charge resolution applies for a particular location, should be directed to the relevant local government.
- Blackall-Tambo Regional Council
- Brisbane City Council
- Bundaberg Regional Council
- Cairns Regional Council
- Cassowary Coast Regional Council
- Central Highland Regional Council
- Fraser Coast Regional Council
- Gladstone Regional Council
- Isaac Regional Council
- Logan City Council
- Mackay Regional Council
- Maranoa Regional Council
- Moreton Bay Regional Council
- Redland City Council
- Rockhampton Regional Council
- Somerset Regional Council
- Southern Downs Regional Council
- Sunshine Coast Regional Council
- Tablelands Regional Council
- Torres Shire Council
- Toowoomba Regional Council
- Western Downs Regional Council