Local heritage places and areas

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The majority of local governments identify and protect local heritage places and areas through a planning scheme.

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Queensland

Protection measures for places and areas of local heritage significance are contained under two instruments.

The Queensland Heritage Act 1992 requires all local governments, to keep a local heritage register or identify local heritage places in their planning scheme.

Eight local governments in Queensland have a local heritage register. Of these, seven also include heritage places in their planning scheme.

The State Planning Policy (SPP) requires new planning schemes to identify heritage places of local heritage significance, such as buildings, cemeteries, memorials and gardens, and heritage areas (referred to as local heritage places and local heritage areas). Local heritage areas are significant for their collective heritage values and may not exist in all local government areas.

Many Queensland planning schemes were developed, or substantially developed prior to the SPP commencing. These schemes were not required to include local heritage places or areas. Twenty local governments in Queensland have no local heritage places or areas identified in their planning schemes and no local heritage register.

The number and types of heritage places identified varies dramatically. Some local governments identify only State heritage places in their planning schemes or local heritage registers, others identify only cemeteries, whilst other local governments identify a wide range of places.

Aurukun Shire

The Aurukun Shire Planning Scheme (2013) identifies no local heritage places or areas.

While the scheme commenced in 2013, it was substantially developed prior to the State Planning Policy 2013 commencing when there were no requirements for local heritage places to be included in planning schemes.

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Balonne Shire

The Balonne Shire Planning Scheme (2006) identifies 13 local heritage places which include some Queensland Heritage Places.

No local heritage areas are identified. The planning scheme was developed prior to the State Planning Policy 2013 commencing when there were no requirements for local heritage places to be included in planning schemes.

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Banana Shire

Banana Shire Council operates two planning schemes—the Banana (2005) and Taroom (2006) shire planning schemes.

Eight local heritage places are identified in Banana Shire and include some Queensland Heritage Places.

Four local heritage places are identified in each of the planning schemes for Banana and Taroom.

No local heritage areas are identified.

Both planning schemes were developed prior to the State Planning Policy 2013 commencing when there were no requirements for local heritage places to be included in planning schemes.

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Barcaldine Regional

Barcaldine Regional Council operates under three planning schemes—the Aramac (2006), Barcaldine (2006) and Jericho (2006) shire planning schemes.

Six local heritage places are identified in the local government area:

  • Aramac Shire Planning Scheme identifies two local heritage places.
  • Barcaldine Shire Planning Scheme identifies one local heritage place.
  • Jericho Shire Planning Scheme identifies three local heritage places.

No local heritage areas are identified.

The planning schemes were developed prior to the State Planning Policy 2013 commencing when there were no requirements for local heritage places to be included in planning schemes.

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Barcoo Shire

The Barcoo Shire Planning Scheme (2006) identifies three local heritage places.

No local heritage areas are identified.

It was developed prior to the State Planning Policy 2013 commencing when there were no requirements for local heritage places to be included in planning schemes.

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Blackall-Tambo Regional

Blackall–Tambo Regional Council operates under two planning schemes—the Blackall (2006) and Tambo (2006) shire planning schemes.

There are two local heritage places identified in the local government area—one in each planning scheme.

No local heritage areas are identified.

Both planning schemes were developed prior to the State Planning Policy 2013 commencing when there were no requirements for local heritage places to be included in planning schemes.

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Boulia Shire

The Boulia Shire Planning Scheme (2006) contains one local heritage place and no local heritage areas.

It was developed prior to the State Planning Policy 2013 commencing when there were no requirements for local heritage places to be included in planning schemes.

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Brisbane City

The Brisbane City Plan (2014) identifies 2,162 local heritage places. This includes several Queensland and national heritage places. No local heritage areas are identified.

The planning scheme identifies Character residential zones and Traditional Building Character overlay areas that maintain pre-1947 character elements. These have not been included for reporting purposes.

Brisbane City Council has established a local heritage register under the Queensland Heritage Act 1992 in addition to their planning scheme. This identifies 2,034 local heritage places. Of these 507 are also Queensland Heritage Places, entered on the Queensland Heritage Register.

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Bulloo Shire

The Bulloo Shire Planning Scheme (2006) identifies three local heritage place and no local heritage areas.

It was developed prior to the State Planning Policy 2013 commencing when there were no requirements for local heritage places to be included in planning schemes.

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Bundaberg Regional

Bundaberg Regional Council Planning Scheme (2015) identifies 69 local heritage places.

No Queensland or national heritage places are identified as local heritage places.

No local heritage areas are identified.

Bundaberg Regional Council has established a local heritage register under the Queensland Heritage Act 1992 in addition to its planning scheme. This identifies 50 local heritage places, all of which are also Queensland Heritage Places, listed on the Queensland Heritage Register.

Only a few places are identified on both the local heritage register and the planning scheme as local heritage places.

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Burdekin Shire

Burdekin Shire Planning Scheme (2011) identifies six local heritage places which include several Queensland Heritage Places.

No local heritage areas are identified.

The planning scheme was developed prior to the State Planning Policy 2013 commencing when there were no requirements for local heritage places to be included in planning schemes.

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Burke Shire

Burke Shire Planning Scheme (2013) identifies 12 local heritage places.

No local heritage areas have been identified.

While the scheme commenced in 2013, it was substantially developed prior to the State Planning Policy 2013 commencing when there were no requirements for local heritage places to be included in planning schemes.

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Cairns Regional

The Cairns Plan (2009) identifies 238 local heritage places.

No local heritage areas are identified although the scheme identifies character precincts.

The planning scheme was developed prior to the State Planning Policy 2013 commencing when there were no requirements for local heritage places to be included in planning schemes.

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Carpentaria Shire

Carpentaria Shire Planning scheme (2008) identifies three local heritage places which are all Queensland Heritage Places.

No local heritage areas are identified.

It was developed prior to the State Planning Policy 2013 commencing, when there were no requirements for local heritage places to be included in planning schemes.

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Cassowary Coast Regional

Cassowary Coast Planning Scheme (2015) identifies 86 local heritage places.

This includes several Queensland and national heritage places.

No local heritage areas are identified.

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Central Highlands Regional

Central Highlands Regional Council operates under four planning schemes—the Bauhinia (2007), Duaringa (2007), Emerald (2007) and Peak Downs (2005) shire planning schemes.

Thirteen local heritage places are identified in the local government area, including a number of Queensland Heritage Places:

  • Bauhinia Shire Planning Scheme identifies two heritage places.
  • Emerald Shire Planning Scheme identifies 10 heritage places.
  • Peak Downs Shire Planning Scheme identifies one heritage place.

No local heritage areas are identified.

All schemes were developed prior to the State Planning Policy 2013 commencing, when there were no requirements for local heritage places to be included in planning schemes.

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Charters Towers Regional

Charters Towers Regional Council operates under two planning schemes—the Charters Towers City (2011) and Dalrymple (2006) shire planning schemes.

Two hundred and fourteen local heritage places are identified in the local government area, including a number of Queensland Heritage Places:

  • Charters Towers City Planning Scheme identifies 204 heritage places including a small number of Queensland Heritage Places and 622 local character places (not included for these reporting purposes).
  • Dalrymple Shire Planning Scheme identifies 10 heritage places.

The planning schemes were developed prior to the State Planning Policy 2013 commencing when there were no requirements for local heritage places to be included in planning schemes.

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Cherbourg Aboriginal Shire

Cherbourg Aboriginal Shire Planning Scheme (2013) identifies 16 local heritage places and one local heritage area.

The planning scheme was developed prior to the State Planning Policy 2013 commencing when there were no requirements for local heritage places to be included in planning schemes.

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Cloncurry Shire

Cloncurry Shire Planning Scheme (2003) identifies no local heritage places or areas.

The planning scheme was developed prior to the State Planning Policy 2013 commencing when there were no requirements for local heritage places to be included in planning schemes.

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Cook Shire

Cook Shire Planning Scheme (2006) identifies 34 local heritage places and four local heritage areas (character overlay areas).

The planning scheme was developed prior to the State Planning Policy 2013 commencing when there were no requirements for local heritage places to be included in planning schemes.

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Croydon Shire

Croydon Shire Planning Scheme (2006) identifies no local heritage places or areas.

The planning scheme was developed prior to the State Planning Policy 2013 commencing, when there were no requirements for local heritage places to be included in planning schemes.

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Diamantina Shire

Diamantina Shire Planning Scheme (2006) identifies five local heritage places and no local heritage areas.

The planning scheme was developed prior to the State Planning Policy 2013 commencing when there were no requirements for local heritage places to be included in planning schemes.

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Doomadgee Aboriginal Shire

There is no planning scheme for Doomadgee Aboriginal Shire Council.

Douglas Shire

Douglas Shire Planning Scheme (2006) identifies 57 local heritage places which include some Queensland Heritage Places.

No local heritage areas are identified.

The planning scheme was developed prior to the State Planning Policy 2013 commencing when there were no requirements for local heritage places to be included in planning schemes.

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Etheridge Shire

Etheridge Shire Planning Scheme (2005) identifies no local heritage places or areas.

The planning scheme was developed prior to the State Planning Policy 2013 commencing when there were no requirements for local heritage places to be included in planning schemes.

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Flinders Shire

Flinders Shire Planning Scheme (2005) identifies no local heritage places or areas.

The planning scheme was developed prior to the State Planning Policy 2013 commencing when there were no requirements for local heritage places to be included in planning schemes.

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Fraser Coast Regional

Fraser Coast Planning Scheme (2014) identifies 154 local heritage places, all of which are included in the council’s local heritage register.

The planning scheme includes a demolition control area and neighbourhood character areas that have not been included as local heritage areas for the purposes of reporting. It has been approved as integrating the State Planning Policy cultural heritage policy. The local heritage register was established under the Queensland Heritage Act 1992 in addition to council’s planning scheme. This identifies 153 local heritage places. Of these, 46 are also Queensland Heritage Places, listed on the Queensland Heritage Register.

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Gladstone Regional

Gladstone Regional Council Planning Scheme (2015) identifies 66 local heritage places. This includes 26 Queensland Heritage Places.

No local heritage areas have been identified.

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Gold Coast City

Gold Coast City Planning Scheme (2016) identifies 74 local heritage places, all of which are also listed on the council’s local heritage register.

No local heritage areas are identified.

Gold Coast City Council established a local heritage register under the Queensland Heritage Act 1992 in addition to its planning scheme. Of the 74 local heritage places, 19 are also Queensland Heritage Places, listed in the Queensland Heritage Register.

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Goondiwindi Regional

Goondiwindi Regional Council operates under three planning schemes—the Goondiwindi (2006), Waggamba (2006) and Inglewood (2006) shire planning schemes.

There are six local heritage places identified across the Shire:

  • Goondiwindi Shire Planning Scheme identifies one local heritage place.
  • Waggamba Shire Planning Scheme identifies two local heritage places.
  • Inglewood Shire Planning Scheme identifies three local heritage places.

No local heritage areas are identified.

All schemes were developed prior to the State Planning Policy 2013 commencing when there were no requirements for local heritage places to be included in planning schemes.

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Gympie Regional

Gympie Regional Council Planning Scheme (2013) identifies 105 local heritage places, including some Queensland Heritage Places.

No local heritage areas are identified.

The planning scheme was developed prior to the State Planning Policy 2013 commencing when there were no requirements for local heritage places to be included in planning schemes.

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Hinchinbrook Shire

Hinchinbrook Shire Council Planning Scheme (2005) identifies 35 local heritage places, including some Queensland Heritage Places.

No local heritage areas are identified.

It was developed prior to the State Planning Policy 2013 commencing when there were no requirements for local heritage places to be included in planning schemes.

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Hope Vale Aboriginal Shire

Hopevale Aboriginal Shire Planning Scheme (2014) identifies four local heritage places.

No local heritage areas are identified.

The planning scheme has been approved as integrating the State Planning Policy cultural heritage policy.

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Ipswich City

Ipswich City Council is covered by part of the Ipswich City Planning Scheme (2005). The planning scheme identifies 479 local heritage places, including 429 places and 50 trees in the Ipswich City Council area and includes some Queensland Heritage Places.

No local heritage areas are identified.

It was developed prior to the State Planning Policy 2013 commencing when there were no requirements for local heritage places to be included in planning schemes.

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Isaac Regional

Isaac Regional Council operates under three planning schemes—the Belyando (2009), Broadsound (2006) and Nebo (2008) shire planning schemes.

There are five local heritage places identified across the local government area:

  • Belyando Shire Planning Scheme identifies four local heritage places.
  • Broadsound Shire Planning Scheme identifies one local heritage place.
  • Nebo Shire Planning Scheme has identified no local heritage places.

No local heritage areas are identified.

All schemes were developed prior to the State Planning Policy 2013 commencing when there were no requirements for local heritage places to be included in planning schemes.

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Kowanyama Aboriginal Shire

There is no planning scheme for Kowanyama Aboriginal Shire.

Livingstone Shire

Livingstone Shire Council Planning Scheme (2005) identifies 104 local heritage places, including some Queensland Heritage Places.

No local heritage areas are identified.

The planning scheme developed prior to the State Planning Policy 2013 commencing when there were no requirements for local heritage places to be included in planning schemes.

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Lockhart River Aboriginal Shire

There is no planning scheme for Lockhart River Aboriginal Shire.

Lockyer Valley Regional

Lockyer Valley Regional Council operates under two planning schemes—the Gatton (2007) and Laidley (2003) shire planning schemes.

There are 159 local heritage places identified across the local government area which includes local, Queensland and national heritage places:

  • Gatton Shire Planning Scheme identifies 151 local heritage places.
  • Laidley Shire Planning Scheme identifies eight local heritage places.

Gatton identifies two local heritage areas.

Both schemes were developed prior to the State Planning Policy 2013 commencing when there were no requirements for local heritage places to be included in planning schemes.

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Logan City

Logan City Planning Scheme (2015) identifies 75 local heritage places.

It contains no local heritage areas.

It has been approved as integrating the State Planning Policy cultural heritage policy.

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Longreach Regional

Longreach Planning Scheme (2015) identifies one local heritage place.

No local heritage areas are identified.

It has been approved as integrating the State Planning Policy (SPP) cultural heritage policy, which requires a local planning instrument to identify local heritage places and areas. The Longreach Planning Scheme meets the minimum requirement of the SPP by identifying one local heritage place; however it may not fully reflect the local heritage in the Longreach local government area.

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Mackay Regional

Mackay Regional Council operates under three planning schemes—the Mackay City Plan (2006), Mirani Shire Planning Scheme (2007) and Sarina (2005) Shire Planning Scheme.

There are 100 local heritage places identified across the local government area, all of which are in the Mackay City Plan.

No local heritage areas are identified.

All schemes were developed prior to the State Planning Policy 2013 commencing when there were no requirements for local heritage places to be included in planning schemes.

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Mapoon Aboriginal Shire

There is no planning scheme for Mapoon Aboriginal Shire.

Maranoa Regional

Maranoa Regional Council operates under five planning schemes—the Roma (2006), Bendemere (2006), Booringa (2006), Warroo (2004) and Bungil (2006) shire planning schemes.

There are 40 heritage places identified across the local government area:

  • Roma Shire Planning Scheme identifies 25 heritage places.
  • Bendemere Shire Planning Scheme identifies six heritage places.
  • Booringa Shire Planning Scheme identifies three heritage places.
  • Warroo Shire Planning Scheme identifies four heritage places.
  • Bungil Shire Planning Scheme identifies two heritage places.

Some of these are Queensland Heritage Places listed on the Queensland Heritage Register.

No local heritage areas are identified.

All schemes were developed prior to the State Planning Policy 2013 commencing when there were no requirements for local heritage places to be included in planning schemes.

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Mareeba Shire

Mareeba Shire Planning Scheme (2005) identifies 25 local heritage places, including some Queensland Heritage Places.

No local heritage areas are identified.

It was developed prior to the State Planning Policy 2013 commencing when there were no requirements for local heritage places to be included in planning schemes.

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McKinlay Shire

McKinlay Shire Planning Scheme (2005) identifies four local heritage places, including some Queensland Heritage Places.

No local heritage areas are identified.

It was developed prior to the State Planning Policy 2013 commencing when there were no requirements for local heritage places to be included in planning schemes.

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Moreton Bay Regional

Moreton Bay Regional Council Planning Scheme (2016) identifies 99 local heritage places and areas.

The planning scheme has been approved as integrating the State Planning Policy cultural heritage policy.

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Mornington Shire

Mornington Shire Planning Scheme (2014) identifies no local heritage places or areas.

Although the scheme commenced in 2014 it was substantially developed prior to the commencement of the State Planning Policy 2013.

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Mount Isa City

Mount Isa City Planning Scheme (2006) identifies no local heritage places or areas.

It was developed prior to the State Planning Policy 2013 commencing when there were no requirements for local heritage places to be included in planning schemes. Mount Isa City Council has established a local heritage register under the Queensland Heritage Act 1992 in addition to their planning scheme. This identifies 25 local heritage places. Of these, 9 are also Queensland Heritage Places, listed on the Queensland Heritage Register.

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Murweh Shire

Murweh Shire Planning Scheme (2005) identifies no local heritage places or areas.

It was developed prior to the State Planning Policy 2013 commencing when there were no requirements for local heritage places to be included in planning schemes.

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Napranum Aboriginal Shire

There is no planning scheme for Napranum Aboriginal Shire.

Noosa Shire

Noosa Planning Scheme (2013) identifies 66 local heritage places.

No local heritage areas are identified.

It was developed prior to the State Planning Policy 2013 commencing when there were no requirements for local heritage places to be included in planning schemes.

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North Burnett Regional

North Burnett Regional Planning Scheme (2014) identifies 64 local heritage places.

These places are also on Council's local heritage register.

No areas are identified.

The scheme commenced in 2014 and has been approved as integrating the State Planning Policy cultural heritage policy. North Burnett Regional Council has established a local heritage register under the Queensland Heritage Act 1992 in addition to its planning scheme. This identifies 64 local heritage places. Of these, 15 are also Queensland Heritage Places listed on the Queensland Heritage Register.

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Northern Peninsula Area Regional

There is no planning scheme for Northern Peninsula Area Aboriginal Shire.

Palm Island Aboriginal Shire

There is no planning scheme for Palm Island Aboriginal Shire.

Paroo Shire

Paroo Shire Planning Scheme (2006) identifies 10 local heritage places.

No local heritage areas are identified.

It was developed prior to the State Planning Policy 2013 commencing when there were no requirements for local heritage places to be included in planning schemes.

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Pormpuraaw Aboriginal Shire

There is no planning scheme for Pormpuraaw Aboriginal Shire.

Quilpie Shire

Quilpie Shire Planning Scheme (2006) identifies four local heritage places.

No local heritage areas are identified.

It was developed prior to the State Planning Policy 2013 commencing when there were no requirements for local heritage places to be included in planning schemes.

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Redland City

Redland City Planning Scheme (2015) identifies 68 local heritage places. This includes several Queensland Heritage Places.

No local heritage areas are identified.

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Richmond Shire

Richmond Shire Planning Scheme (2005) identifies one local heritage place.

No local heritage areas are identified.

It was developed prior to the State Planning Policy 2013 commencing when there were no requirements for local heritage places to be included in planning schemes.

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Rockhampton Regional

Rockhampton Regional Planning Scheme (2015) identifies no local heritage places or local heritage areas.

Although there are no local heritage places identified in the planning scheme, the planning scheme has been approved as integrating the State Planning Policy cultural heritage policy.

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Scenic Rim Regional

Scenic Rim Regional Council operates under three planning schemes—the Boonah (2006), part of Beaudesert (2007) and part of Ipswich City (2006) (Muttapilly, Peak Crossing and Harrisville) shire planning schemes.

Ninety-nine local heritage places are identified across the Scenic Rim area:

  • Beadesert Shire Planning Scheme identifies 64 local heritage places.
  • Ipswich City Planning Scheme identifies 35 local heritage places.

No local heritage areas are identified.

All schemes were developed prior to the State Planning Policy 2013 commencing when there were no requirements for local heritage places to be included in planning schemes.

Of the 54 places listed on the local heritage register made under the Queensland Heritage Act 1992, there are no Queensland Heritage Places.

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Somerset Regional

Somerset Regional Council operates under two planning schemes—the Esk (2005) and Kilcoy (2006) shire planning schemes.

Twenty-one local heritage places and 18 local heritage areas are identified, all in the Kilcoy Shire Planning Scheme.

The schemes were developed prior to the State Planning Policy 2013 commencing, when there were no requirements for local heritage places to be included in planning schemes.

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South Burnett Regional

South Burnett Regional Council operates under four planning schemes—the Kingaroy (2006), Murgon (2006), Nanango (2006) and Wondai (2006) shire planning schemes.

Eighty-nine local heritage places are identified in the local government area:

  • Kingaroy Shire Planning Scheme identifies 26 local heritage places.
  • Murgon Shire Planning Scheme identifies two local heritage places.
  • Nanango Shire Planning Scheme identifies 43 local heritage places.
  • Wondai Shire Planning Scheme identifies 18 local heritage places.

No local heritage areas are identified.

All schemes were developed prior to the State Planning Policy 2013 commencing when there were no requirements for local heritage places to be included in planning schemes.

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Southern Downs Regional

Southern Downs Planning Scheme (2012) includes 381 local heritage places.

No local heritage areas are identified.

It was developed prior to the State Planning Policy 2013 commencing when there were no requirements for local heritage places to be included in planning schemes.

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Sunshine Coast Regional

Sunshine Coast Regional Planning Scheme (2014) identifies 234 local heritage places and 12 local heritage areas.

It has been approved as integrating the State Planning Policy cultural heritage policy.

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Tablelands Regional

Tablelands Regional Council operates under three Shire Planning Schemes—the Atherton (2002), Eacham (2010) and Herberton (2005) shire Planning Schemes.

There are four local heritage places identified—all in the Eacham Shire Planning Scheme.

No local heritage areas are identified.

All schemes were developed prior to the State Planning Policy 2013 commencing when there were no requirements for local heritage places to be included in planning schemes.

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Toowoomba Regional

Toowoomba Regional Planning Scheme (2012) identifies 386 local heritage places.

No local heritage areas are identified.

It was developed prior to the State Planning Policy 2013 commencing when there were no requirements for local heritage places to be included in planning schemes.

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Torres Shire

Torres Shire Planning Scheme (2007) identifies 68 local heritage places.

No local heritage areas are identified.

It was developed prior to the State Planning Policy 2013 commencing when there were no requirements for local heritage places to be included in planning schemes.

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Torres Strait Island Regional

There is no planning scheme for Torres Strait Island Aboriginal Shire.

Townsville City

Townsville City Planning Scheme (2014) identifies 320 local heritage places which include several Queensland Heritage Places.

No local heritage areas are identified.

The planning scheme has been approved as integrating the State Planning Policy cultural heritage policy.

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Weipa Town Authority

There is no planning scheme for Weipa Town Authority.

Western Downs Regional

Western Downs Regional Council operates under six planning schemes—the Chinchilla (2006), Dalby (2007), Murilla (2006), Tara (2006), Taroom (2006) and Wambo (2005) shire planning schemes.

Twenty-nine local heritage places are identified in the local government area:

  • Chinchilla Shire Planning Scheme identifies 13 local heritage places.
  • Murilla Shire Planning Scheme identifies five local heritage places.
  • Taroom Shire Planning Scheme identifies four local heritage places.
  • Wambo Shire Planning Scheme identifies seven local heritage places.

No local heritage areas are identified.

All schemes were developed prior to the State Planning Policy 2013 commencing when there were no requirements for local heritage places to be included in planning schemes.

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Whitsunday Regional

Whitsunday Regional Council operates under two planning schemes—the Bowen (2006) and Whitsunday (2009) shire planning schemes.

There are 11 local heritage places identified in the local government area, all of which are in the Bowen Shire Planning Scheme.

No local heritage areas are identified.

All schemes were developed prior to the State Planning Policy 2013 commencing when there were no requirements for local heritage places to be included in planning schemes.

Whitsunday Regional Council has established a local heritage register under the Queensland Heritage Act 1992 in addition to their planning scheme. This identifies 51 local heritage places. Of these, 12 are also Queensland Heritage Places, listed on the Queensland Heritage Register.

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Winton Shire

Winton Shire Planning Scheme (2006) identifies one local heritage place.

No local heritage areas are identified.

It was developed prior to the State Planning Policy 2013 commencing when there were no requirements for local heritage places to be included in planning schemes.

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Woorabinda Aboriginal Shire

Woorabinda Aboriginal Shire Planning Scheme (2014) identifies one local heritage place which is reflective of local heritage values in the council area.

No local heritage areas are identified.

It has been approved as integrating the State Planning Policy cultural heritage policy.

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Wujal Wujal Aboriginal Shire

No local heritage places or areas are identified in the Wujal Wujal Aboriginal Shire Planning Scheme (2014) which is likely to be a reflection of local heritage values in the council area.

The planning scheme has been approved as integrating the State Planning Policy cultural heritage policy.

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Yarrabah Aboriginal Shire

There is no planning scheme for Yarrabah Aboriginal Shire.

Indicator: Number of heritage places and areas identified in local planning schemes and/or on local heritage registers

Number of heritage places and areas identified in local planning schemes and/or on local heritage registers by local government area. Data is current as at February 2016.

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