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As part of its role to administer the Development Contribution Plan, LandCorp will install key infrastucture including sewerage pump stations, drainage, land for electrical zoned substations and district distributor roads.

Timing of this key inftrastructure is dependent on sufficient funds being collected from the Development Contribution Plan.

Individual developers will be responsible for servicing their development and may also be  required to provide key infrastructure, which would be subject to reimbursement from the Development Contribution Plan.

If you're a landowner and interested in opportunities for sand and limestone to be extracted from your property, prior to commencing work you must submit a Development Application with your local council. Council will advise of additional requirements to be submitted with the application.

The levels which sand and limestone can be extracted to is identified within the Levels Planning Policy.

Landowners are able to develop at any time, subject to achieving final redevelopment levels and development in accordance with an approved Structure Plan for your development area. Landowners are encouraged to consider development with adjoining land owners.

The structure plan guides how development will be undertaken within the area. It is therefore essential that a structure plan is approved before any redevelopment occurs.

Generally, the landowner with the higher land level is responsible for the cost of a retaining wall. You are encouraged to discuss retaining and boundary wall costs with your neighbour.

A tool to apportion the costs of key infrastructure based on beneficiary pays.

Key infrastructure includes roads (major dual carriageways and Russell Road upgrade), land for sewerage works, zoned substations and drainage as well as to achieve environmental outcomes through provision of key natural areas.