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The Master Plan allows for temporary approvals.

Temporary development can be undertaken prior to structure plan approval, in accordance with the Latitude 32 Development of Land Policy. Refer to the Development of Land Policy at the bottom of the page.

Following approval of a structure plan, temporary development will be considered in limited circumstances depending on compliance with the approved levels plan (within the structure plan) and timing from the development front or development by others.

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.

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.