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Broadhectare study, South East Queensland 2013

The Broadhectare study 2013 for South East Queensland was released in March 2014. The study contains findings for the region’s 10 local government areas and the Toowoomba statistical district. It identifies the location and quantifies the area, timing of development and dwelling yield of larger land parcels to house the region’s growing population.

The study involved consultation and collaboration with councils, the Urban Development Institute of Australia (Queensland) and major developers.

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).

Methodology

The spatial analysis process utilised in the broadhectare study involved creating segments based on the Digital Cadastral Database (DCDB) over each local government area. Each segment was then updated with data that impacts on the suitability and availability for residential development. Using rule-based filtering, broadhectare land stocks were identified.

Broadhectare study, South East Queensland Region 2013 by LGA

Download the broadhectare study profiles and maps by local government area (LGA) for South East Queensland. The Toowoomba Regional Council profile is accessible from Darling Downs Region Broadhectare Study 

Release PDF PDF Size
Brisbane City Council Profile, September 2013 pdf (845 kB)
Brisbane City Council Map, September 2013 pdf (690 kB)
Gold Coast City Council Profile, September 2013 pdf (395 kB)
Gold Coast City Council Map, September 2013 pdf (755 kB)
Ipswich City Council Profile, September 2013 pdf (195 kB)
Ipswich City Council Map, September 2013 pdf (630 kB)
Lockyer Valley Regional Council Profile, September 2013 pdf (195 kB)
Lockyer Valley Regional Council Map, September 2013 pdf (715 kB)
Logan City Council Profile, September 2013 pdf (235 kB)
Logan City Council Map, September 2013 pdf (770 kB)
Moreton Bay Regional Council Profile, September 2013 pdf (225 kB)
Moreton Bay Regional Council Map, September 2013 pdf (1,065 kB)
Redland City Council Profile, September 2013 pdf (190 kB)
Redland City Council Map, September 2013 pdf (1,185 kB)
Scenic Rim Regional Profile, September 2013 pdf (200 kB)
Scenic Rim Regional Council Map, September 2013 pdf (625 kB)
Somerset Regional Council Profile, September 2013 pdf (410 kB)
Somerset Regional Council Map, September 2013 pdf (4,695 kB)
Sunshine Coast Regional Council Profile, September 2013 pdf (230 kB)
Sunshine Coast Regional Council Map, September 2013 pdf (675 kB)

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Broadhectare study, South East Queensland Region 2013

Download the broadhectare study profiles and maps for the South East Queensland region.

Release PDF PDF Size
South East Queensland Regional Profile, September 2013 pdf (260 kB)
South East Queensland Regional Map, September 2013 pdf (710 kB)

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Further information

For further information contact Queensland Government Statistician's Office by email to govstat@treasury.qld.gov.au or telephone (07) 3035 6421.



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Last reviewed 26 September 2014