Development assessment fees & infrastructure charges

Planning and development fees can vary depending on the type of development you are undertaking. Use this information to find out which development assessment and compliance fees may be applicable to your development.

Builder working on house
When applying for a development approval, there are fees which must be paid at the time of lodgement. Council’s Planning and Development Group Cost Recovery Fees & Charges can be found here. When calculating application fees for a development application, there are many things you will need to take into consideration. Fees to consider, include, but aren’t limited to: base fees for all uses involved, and all aspects of development involved overlay fees staging ...
Wivenhoe pipeline in construction
Information Sheet 054 On 16 June 2015 Council adopted the Charges Resolution - No. 1 (CR) in line with changes made by the Queensland State Government to the way infrastructure charges are levied. What are adopted infrastructure charges? Toowoomba Regional Council levies infrastructure charges as part of the development application process which includes development assessment and compliance assessment. This ensures that new development pays a share of the cost of providing infrastructure to ...
Information Sheet 004 On 16 November 2016, Toowoomba Regional Council adopted the Charges Resolution ‐ No. 2 in line with changes made by the Queensland State government to the way infrastructure charges are levied. What are infrastructure charges? Toowoomba Regional Council levies infrastructure charges as part of the development application process which includes development assessment, compliance assessment and building works. This ensures that new deve ...
At our discretion we can agree to a later date for the payment of infrastructure charges, rather than the date established in section 121 of the Planning Act 2016. ...
We have extended and enhanced our incentive program for regional areas. A total of $3 million over three years has been set aside to boost growth in ‘rural charge areas’ and ‘township charge areas’. Information about these areas can be found at the end of the policy document in 'Related documents'. Infrastructure charges can be found in the Charges Resolution No 1 document at the bottom of the page. If you wish ...
Back to top