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Coming soon: QLDC’s new ePlans
We’re launching new electronic formats of the District Plan.
About the new ePlans
We’re currently working on brand new electronic formats of our District Plan, which we’re calling ePlans.
Once live, we'll have a new ePlan for both the Operative District Plan and the Proposed District Plan. These plans will be hosted online, easier to use, and provide better functionality for all users. These ePlans will mean you can see all the plan provisions that apply to a property in one single place, instead of having to switch between online maps and a bunch of PDFs and chapters.
We’re planning to launch our new ePlans in the first half of 2024, and once live, you’ll be able to access the new electronic formats of the District Plan here.
Watch this space!
QLDC was required to implement an ePlan to be consistent with the requirements of central government’s National Planning Standards.
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