Brisbane Planning and Development Online

Welcome to Brisbane City Council’s PD Online, an online Planning and Development System containing the following services




Urban Land Development Authority (ULDA)

 

As of 30 November 2012 Council is responsible for all development assessment functions within the Brisbane Urban Development Areas. Any new Development Applications in the Urban Development Areas from the 30 November 2012, are to be lodged with Brisbane City Council.

Applications currently with the ULDA and lodged up to the date of delegation will continue to be dealt with by the ULDA. Subsequent applications (e.g. compliance assessment and plan sealing) or modifications associated with a ULDA issued development approval will continue to be assessed by the ULDA, until such time as the UDAs have been revoked.

The ULDA can continue to be contacted on 1300 130 215.

Brisbane City Council has also established a team to facilitate the delegation process and to manage the assessment of new development applications lodged after the transition. For information please contact Council on 07 3403 8888 or email brisbaneuda@brisbane.qld.gov.au

Within Brisbane the Declared Urban Development Areas are:

Bowen Hills (regulatory map - PDF- 400KB) - Declared 27 March 2008
Northshore Hamilton (regulatory map - PDF- 430KB) - Declared 27 March 2008
Fitzgibbon (regulatory map - PDF- 738KB) - Declared 24 July 2008
Woolloongabba (regulatory map - PDF- 258KB) - Declared 23 April 2010

The Urban Land Development Authority maintains a register independent of Brisbane City Council's  register of :

Development Applications
Development Approvals


Council's PD Online system will experience short planned and unplanned outages due to system maintenance and emergencies. Should you experience difficulties accessing any aspect of the PD Online, including the Online Submission portal, please attempt access the system at a later time. Should you have any urgent queries please contact Council on 3403 8888.



Usage of Brisbane City Council’s PD Online is deemed acceptance of the Terms and Conditions.

Terms and conditions

Please read the following disclaimer and select a button at the bottom of the page, before proceeding.

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  • The information provided on this website will help you track the progress of Development Applications. It represents key milestones in the Development Application process, not a detailed history. It also enables you to view and investigate Brisbane’s planning scheme (City Plan 2000). Land and house sale and purchasing and similar type decisions should not rely on the information contained on this website. Persons wishing to confirm information in detail should contact Council by phone, email or mail to obtain a written response.


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