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Schedule 3 Priority infrastructure plan and supporting material

  1. Preliminary
  2. Planning assumptions
  3. Priority infrastructure area
  4. Desired standards of service
  5. Plans for trunk infrastructure

3.1 Preliminary

  1. The purpose of the priority infrastructure plan is to:
    1. integrate and coordinate land use planning and infrastructure planning
    2. ensure that trunk infrastructure is planned and provided in an efficient and orderly manner.
  2. The priority infrastructure plan:
    1. states in Section 5.2 (planning assumptions) the projections of future urban growth and the assumptions of demand for each trunk infrastructure network, which have informed the preparation of the priority infrastructure plan
    2. identifies in Section 5.3 (priority infrastructure area) the prioritised area to accommodate urban growth for 10 to 15 years
    3. states in Section 5.4 (desired standards of service) for each network of development infrastructure the desired standard of performance of infrastructure
    4. identifies in Section 5.5 (plans for trunk infrastructure) the existing and planned trunk infrastructure for the following networks:
      1. water supply
      2. wastewater
      3. transport

3.2 Planning assumptions

  1. The planning assumptions form a logical and consistent basis for the planning of the trunk infrastructure networks and the determination of the priority infrastructure area.

3.2.1 - Residential and non-residential projections

Table 3.2.1: Existing and Projected Population

PIA locality PIP projection category Existing and projected population
2006 2011 2016 2021
Inside PIA - Augathella Single Dwelling 382 375 375 376
Multiple dwelling 15 15 15 16
Other dwelling 23 23 23 23
Total 420 413

413

414
Inside PIA - Charleville Single dwelling 3160 3109 3106 3114
Multiple dwelling 128 126 126 126
Other dwelling 190 187 187 188
Total 3479 3423 3419 3427
Total PIA Single dwelling 3452 3484 3481 3490
Multiple dwelling 143 141 141 141
Other dwelling 213 210 210 211
Total 3899 3853 3832 3842
Total outside PIA Single dwelling 877 863 862 864
Multiple dwelling 36 35 35 35
Other dwelling 53 52 52 52
Total 965 950 949 951
Total Local Government Area Single dwelling 4419 4348 4343 4353
Multiple dwelling 179 176 176 177
Other dwelling 266 262 262 262
Total 4865 4786 4780 4792

 

Note: “Other dwelling” refers to caravan, cabin, improvised home, tent, sleepers out etc.

Table 3.2.2 - Existing and projected dwellings

PIA Locality PIP projection category Existing and projected dwellings
2006 2011 2016 2021
Inside PIA - Augathella Single dwelling 183 182 183 185
Multiple dwelling 12 12 12 12
Other dwelling 13 13 13 13
Total 208 206 208 210
Inside PIA - Charleville Single dwelling 1514 1503 1515 1532
Multiple dwelling 98 97 98 99
Other dwelling 109 108 109 110
Total 1721 1709 1722 1742
Total PIA Single dwelling 1697 1685 1698 1717
Multiple dwelling 110 109 110 111
Other dwelling 122 121 122 123
Total 1929 1915 1930 1951
Total outside PIA Single dwelling 420 417 420 425
Multiple dwelling 27 27 27 27
Other dwelling 30 30 30 31
Total 478 474 478 483
Total Local Government Area Single dwelling 2118 2102 2118 2143
Multiple dwelling 137 136 137 138
Other dwelling 153 151 153 154
Total 2407 2389 2408 2436

 

Note: “Other dwelling” refers to caravan, cabin, improvised home, tent, sleepers out etc.

Table 3.2.3 Existing and projected employment

PIA locality PIP projection category Existing and projected employment
2006 2011 206 2021
Inside PIA - Augathella Commercial 73 72 72 72
Retail 24 23 23 23
Industrial 35 35 35 35
Community 16 16 16 16
Other 0 0 0 0
Total 148 146 145 146
Inside PIA - Charleville Commercial 604 594 594 595
Retail 196 192 192 193
Industrial 291 286 286 286
Community 135 133 133 133
Other 0 0 0 0
Total 1266 1206 1205 1208
Total PIA Commercial 677 666 666 667
Retail 220 215 215 216
Industrial 326 321 321 321
Community 151 149 149 149
Other 0 0 0 0
Total 1374 1351 1351 1352
Total outside PIA Commercial 0 0 0 0
Retail 0 0 0 0
Industrial 0 0 0 0
Community 0 0 0 0
Other 473 466 465 466
Total 473 466 465 466
Total Local Government Area Community 677 666 665 667
Retail 219 216 215 216
Industrial 326 321 320 321
Community 152 149 149 149
Other 473 466 465 466
Total 1847 1817 1815 1820

 

Table 3.2.4 Existing and projected non-residential floor space

PIA locality PIP projection category Existing and projected non-residential floorspace
2006 2011 2016 2021
Inside PIA - Augathella Commercial 1459 1435 1433 1437
Retail 591 581 580 582
Industrial 3862 3800 3796 3805
Community N/A N/A N/A N/A
Other N/A N/A N/A N/A
Total 5912 5816 5810 5824
Inside PIA - Charleville Commercial 12079 11884 11871 11900
Retail 4891 4812 4807 4819
Industrial 31985 31468 31432 31510
Community N/A N/A N/A N/A
Other N/A N/A N/A N/A
Total 48955 48164 48110 48229
Total PIA Commercial 13539 13319 13304 13337
Retail 5482 5393 5387 5401
Industrial 35847 35268 35228 35315
Community N/A N/A N/A N/A
Other N/A N/A N/A N/A
Total 54868 53980 53919 54052
Total outside PIA Commercial 0 0 0 0
Retail 0 0 0 0
Industrial 0 0 0 0
Community N/A N/A N/A N/A
Other N/A N/A N/A N/A
Total 0 0 0 0
Total Local Government Area Commercial 13539 13319 13304 13337
Retail 5482 5393 5387 5401
Industrial 35847 35268 35228 35315
Community N/A N/A N/A N/A
Other N/A N/A N/A N/A
Total 54868 53980 53919 54052

 

3.3 Priority infrastructure area

  1. The priority infrastructure area is the area where suitable and adequate development infrastructure exists, or where it can be provided most efficiently.
  2. The priority infrastructure area identifies the area where Murweh Shire Council gives priority to provide trunk infrastructure for urban development up to 2021.
  3. The priority infrastructure area is identified in PIPMap 01 & 02.

3.4 Desired standards of service

  1. The desired standard of service details the standards that comprise an infrastructure network most suitable for the local context.
  2. The desired standard of service is supported by the more detailed network design standards included in planning scheme policies, legislation, statutory guidelines and other relevant controlled documents about design standards identified below.

Table 3.4.1 Water supply

Measure Planning Criteria
(qualitative standards)
Design Criteria
(qualitative standards)
Reliability/continuity of supply Development receives a reliable supply of potable water with minimal interruptions to their service.
  • Local government standards in planning scheme and planning scheme policies
  • Customer service standards
  • Customer service obligations
Adequacy of supply Development is provided with a water supply that is adequate for the intended use.
  • Local government standards in planning scheme and planning scheme policies
  • Water Service Association of Australia codes
  • IPWEA standards
  • Customer service standards
Quality of supply Provide a uniform water quality in accordance with recognised standards that safeguards community health and is free from objectionable taste and odour beyond normal limits for Great Artesian Basin supplies.
  • The Australian Drinking Water Guidelines developed by the National Health and Medical Research Council
Environmental impacts The environmental impacts of the water supply network are minimised in accordance with community expectations.
  • Compliance with the requirements of the Environmental Protection Act 1994 and associated Environmental Protection Policies and the Water Act 2000
Pressure and leakage management The water supply network is monitored and managed to maintain the reliability and adequacy of supply and to minimise environmental impacts.
  • System Leakage Management Plan (Chapter 3, Part 3, Division 1A Water Act 2000)
Infrastructure design /planning standards Design of the water supply network will comply with established codes and standards.
  • Water Supply Code of Australia – Water Services Assocaition of Australia – WSA 03-2002
  • The Australian Drinking Water Guidelines developed by the National Health and Medical Research Council
  • Planning Guidelines for Water Supply and Sewerage – Department of Natural Resources and Water (NRW)
  • Local government standards in planning scheme policies

 

Table 3.4.2 Sewerage

Measure Planning criteria
(qualitative standards)
Design criteria
(qualitative standards)
Reliability Development has access to a reliable sewerage collection, conveyance, treatment and disposal system.
  • Local government standards in planning scheme and planning scheme policies
  • Customer service standards
  • Customer service obligations

Quality of treatment

Ensures the health of the community and the safe and appropriate level of treatment and disposal of treated effluent.

  • Local water quality guidelines prepared in accordance with National Water Quality Management Strategy
  • Queensland water quality guidelines 2006 – Department of Environment and Resource Management Agency (where local guidelines do not exist)
  • National Water Quality Guidelines – national Water Quality Management Strategy (where local or regional guidelines do not exist)
Environmental impacts The environmental impacts of the sewerage network are minimised in accordance with community expectations.
  • Compliance with the requirements of the Environmental Protection Act 1994 and associated Environmental Protection policies
Infrastructure design / planning standards Design of the sewerage network will comply with established codes and standards.
  • Planning Guidelines for Water Supply and Sewerage – NRW
  • Sewerage Code of Australia – Water Services Association of Australia – WSA 02 – 2002
  • Sewerage Pumping Station Code of Australia – Water Services Association of Australia – WSA 04 – 2005
  • Local government standards in planning scheme and planning scheme policies

 

Table 3.4.3 Transport

Measure Planning criteria
(qualitative standards)
Design criteria
(qualitative standards)
Road network design/planning standards The road network provides a functional urban and rural hierarchy that supports settlement patterns, commercial and economic activities, and freight movement.
Design of the road system will comply with established codes and standards.
  • Local government road design and development manual/standards/codes in planning scheme and planning scheme policies
  • Interim Guide to Road Planning and Design
  • Australian Standards
  • AUSTROADS guides
Public transport design/planning standards New urban development is designed to achieve safe and convenient walking distance to existing or potential bus stops, or existing or proposed demand-responsive public transport routes.
  • Local government road design and development manual/standards/codes in planning scheme and planning scheme policies
  • Design accords with the performance criteria set by Department of Transport and Main Roads
  • AUSTROADS guides for road-based public transport and high-occupancy vehicles.
Cycleway and pathway design/planning standards Cycleways and pathways provide a safe and convenient network that encourages walking and cycling as acceptable alternatives.
Design of the network will comply with established codes and standards.
  • Local government road design and development manual/standards/codes in planning scheme and planning scheme policies
  • Australian standards
  • AUSTROADS Guide to Road Design – Part 6A: Pedestrian and Cycle Paths
  • Complete Streets Manual

 

3.5 Plans for trunk infrastructure

  1. The plans for trunk infrastructure identify the existing and proposed trunk infrastructure networks intended to service the assumed development at the desired standard of service stated in the PIP.
  2. The plans for trunk infrastructure are identified in PIPMap 03 - 08.

Table 5.5.1 defines the trunk infrastructure networks, systems and items identified in the priority infrastructure plan.

Table 3.5.1 Trunk infrastructure networks, systems and items

Network System Items
Water Bulk supply
  • Water sources (groundwater)
  • Associated monitoring systems
Distribution
  • Reservoirs
  • Pump stations
  • Disinfection facilities
  • Distribution mains
  • Associated monitoring systems
Sewerage Reticulation
  • Pump stations
  • Rising mains 
  • Associated monitoring systems
Sewerage Treatment
  • Sewerage treatment plants
  • Storage facilities
  • Associated monitoring systems
Transport Local government and state controlled roads
  • Arterial, sub-arterial and major collector roads including associated intersections, local road drainage, kerb and channel, swales, culverts, bridges, and pathways within the road reserve

 

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