Buttaba Hills South Paper Subdivision 2019

The Buttaba Hills South Paper Subdivision consists of 120 residential lots that are owned by almost 100 different landowners.

While much of the land has been rezoned for residential development, the land cannot be developed because it is not serviced with the necessary infrastructure such as roads, drainage, water, sewer, communications and electricity. The land also has high biodiversity values.

Council has received Expressions of Interest (EOI) from landowners in the Buttaba Hills South Estate and established a Landowner Reference Group. The Group will work with Council to assist all landowners to secure the 'paper roads', which is necessary before the submission of a development application by all landowners.

Area Plan background

Council adopted the Buttaba Hills South Area Plan at its meeting on 5 December 2016 and it became effective on 6 January 2017. Council prepared the Area Plan for the site with input from the Buttaba Hills South Action Committee, state agencies responsible for bushfire, water resources, Aboriginal land management and infrastructure, and following several flora and fauna studies.

The Buttaba Hills South Paper Subdivision consists of 120 residential lots that are owned by almost 100 different landowners.

While much of the land has been rezoned for residential development, the land cannot be developed because it is not serviced with the necessary infrastructure such as roads, drainage, water, sewer, communications and electricity. The land also has high biodiversity values.

Council has received Expressions of Interest (EOI) from landowners in the Buttaba Hills South Estate and established a Landowner Reference Group. The Group will work with Council to assist all landowners to secure the 'paper roads', which is necessary before the submission of a development application by all landowners.

Area Plan background

Council adopted the Buttaba Hills South Area Plan at its meeting on 5 December 2016 and it became effective on 6 January 2017. Council prepared the Area Plan for the site with input from the Buttaba Hills South Action Committee, state agencies responsible for bushfire, water resources, Aboriginal land management and infrastructure, and following several flora and fauna studies.

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