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Broadhectare study interactive map

The Queensland Government Statistician's Office's broadhectare study identifies the location and quantifies the area, timing of development and dwelling yield of larger land parcels to house Queensland’s growing population. The study involves consultation and collaboration with councils, the Urban Development Institute of Australia (Queensland) and major developers.

This interactive map forms part of the broadhectare study and is to be read in conjunction with the main text of the South East Queensland and other regional Queensland broadhectare study publications.

Please note: Data in the interactive map are updated quarterly to account for development activity, whereas the static map included in the broadhectare study report represents development at the time of the report.

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A measure of future residential land supply

The land identified in the study is the first stage in the land development pipeline. It includes parcels of land identified as suitable and potentially available for future residential development. The study focused on land parcels greater than 0.25 ha.

The identified residential land is categorised according to development potential as either for urban or rural residential use. The timing for land development is based on local government infrastructure extension programs, recent lot approvals and the development intentions of major developers. Timing is divided into the following five categories:

The category ‘no time frame’ also includes smaller parcels in existing developed areas where development occurs randomly (depending on the owners’ intentions).

Further information

For further information contact the Urban development research team within the Queensland Government Statistician's Office, ph. 3035 6421.



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Last reviewed 24 May 2016