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On 24 December 2010, the Kinross Road Master Planned Area (PDF icon 306 KB) was declared. The Master Planned Area is located within the Redland City Council local government area.

The intent of the Kinross Road Master Planned Area is to create a new urban community predominantly comprised of residential development with a strong focus on the natural environment, including the protection and enhancement of key koala habitat corridors.

Key development targets
Area of master planned area Approximately 284 hectares
Additional dwellings Approximately 1500 dwellings
Additional population Approximately 3900 people

Relationship to the South East Queensland Regional Plan

Kinross Road is recognised in the South East Queensland Regional Plan 2009-2031 as a local development area for residential growth in the Redland City Council local government area.

Kinross Road has capacity for a residential community in combination with additional employment opportunities, local retail and commercial functions and community services.

Previous planning

In 2005, Kinross Road was identified by the Redland City Council as potentially suitable for urban development. Accordingly, the Redlands Planning Scheme included the area as part of the Emerging Urban Community Zone.

Kinross Road was included in the urban footprint under the previous South East Queensland regional plan. Kinross Road was gazetted as a major development area on 16 June 2006 in order to progress planning for the area.

In 2007, the major development area provisions were rescinded as a result of the introduction of the Urban Land Development Authority Act 2007. Consequently an amendment was made to the Integrated Planning Act 1997 that recognised all existing major development areas as identified master planned areas.

On 15 December 2009 the major development area was rescinded. The current Kinross Road Master Planned Area covers the same general area as the former major development area, however the boundaries were extended to integrate new development with existing development and include open space areas and protect koala habitat in a holistic way.

Kinross Road declared master plan area key dates
Kinross Road structure plan
Declaration of master planned area. View gazette notice (PDF icon 424 KB) 24 December 2010
Local government submits structure plan for consideration of state interests 24 February 2011
Minister approves structure plan for public notification 28 March 2011
Local government undertakes public notification of structure plan 28th April 2011 - 22 July 2011
Local government considers public submissions and submits revised structure plan for consideration of State interests 25 July 2011
Minister approves structure plan 14 December 2011
Local government adopts structure plan 21 December 2011
Commencement of structure plan 20 February 2012
Project status

Commencement of changes to the Sustainable Planning Act 2009

The Kinross Road structure plan will now be required to be transitioned into Redlands City Council's Sustainable Planning Act 2009 planning scheme by following the process stated in Statutory Guideline 02/12 Making and amending local planning instruments.

22 November 2012

Further information

There are six declared master planned areas. View more information on the master planned area process.

If you have any questions, concerns or suggestions about the Kinross Road Master Planned Area please contact the department or the Redlands City Council on (07) 3829 8999.

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