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A Temporary Local Planning Instrument (TLPI) is a statutory instrument created under the provisions of the Planning Act 2016.
While a TLPI is in effect:
Adopted by Council: 20 July 2021
Has effect from 30 July 2021 and will cease to have effect on 30 July 2023:
Adopted by Council: 25 August 2020
In effect from 31 August 2020 to 31 August 2022.
The purpose and general effect of this TLPI is to:
This TLPI affects the operation of the Flood overlay code for assessment of development in the Guragunbah flood plain area.
TLPI No. 8 (Development in the Guragunbah flood plain area) 2020(PDF, 852KB)
Adopted by Council: 27 August 2019
Retrospective effect from 30 July 2019 and will cease to have effect on 30 July 2021.
The purpose and general effect of this TLPI is to ensure the protection of this significant local heritage place and landmark by:
Adopted by Council: 27 September 2019
Retrospective effect from 27 September 2019 and ceased to have effect on 28 August 2020.
Refer to Temporary Local Planning Instrument No. 8 (Development in the Guragunbah flood plain area) 2020 for current information.
Adopted by Council: May 2015
In October 2014, the State Government introduced laws enabling residential premises being used as 'party houses' to be regulated.
In response to significant community concern, the first TLPI to regulate party houses in residential houses on the Gold Coast was adopted. Each year upon expiry of the TLPI, Council adopted a new TLPI until the provisions were adopted as part of Major Update 1 & 1B to our City Plan.
Adopted by Council: 8 November 2010
TLPI No. 1 (Infrastructure Charging and Contributions) 2010(PDF, 112KB)