Port of Bundaberg Land Use Plan

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About the Plan

Gladstone Ports Corporation (GPC) is preparing a new Land Use Plan for the Port of Bundaberg.

A new Land Use Plan is developed every eight years and provides an opportunity for the community to review and comment on how development on strategic port land is regulated and managed.

The plan identifies strategic port land to be used for port and industry development, and provides the framework for GPC to assess and approve development on port land.

Get Involved

Public consultation is now open and closes on 7 August 2020.


About the Plan

Gladstone Ports Corporation (GPC) is preparing a new Land Use Plan for the Port of Bundaberg.

A new Land Use Plan is developed every eight years and provides an opportunity for the community to review and comment on how development on strategic port land is regulated and managed.

The plan identifies strategic port land to be used for port and industry development, and provides the framework for GPC to assess and approve development on port land.

Get Involved

Public consultation is now open and closes on 7 August 2020.


Make a Submission

Have your say on the Port of Bundaberg Draft Land Use Plan. 

You can make a submission in the box below. For the purposes of ensuring your submission on the Port of Bundaberg Land Use Plan is valid, your contact details entered at the time of registration to Engage Gladstone Ports Corporation will be included as part of your submission.

You will receive a confirmation email, acknowledging your submission has been received. 

Alternatively, you can provide a written submission via post to: 

Port of Bundaberg Land Use Plan Submission
Gladstone Ports Corporation
PO Box 259
Gladstone QLD 4680

Or email to planning@gpcl.com.au

Submissions close at 5:00pm on Friday 7 August 2020. Please ensure your submission is related to the Land Use Plan document and where possible, provide reference to the section or page number.

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