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The Toowoomba community witnessed devastating and distressing flooding along the Gowrie Creek system in January 2011. Graphic footage of raging torrents causing substantial damage and inundation, particularly in the CBD of the city, was beamed around the world. Developed in 1998, the Gowrie ...
Park in Cecil Plains
We have developed a Green Infrastructure Strategy to guide the development, management and delivery of green infrastructure across the region. Thinking about environmental resources as ‘green infrastructure’ is a way to recognise that the environment provides essential life-sustaining services, along ...
The future of libraries across the region will be guided by the Libraries Facilities Strategy recently approved by Toowoomba Regional Council. The strategy identified excellent library collections and customer service as the libraries' main assets. However, deficiencies in current library services, ...
The Open Space Strategy maps out a new vision that recognises that ‘one size does not fit all’ and that a range of open spaces will be needed across our expansive region. It will deliver a connected and distinctive open space network ...
The adopted Operational Plan demonstrates how our 2019-2024 Corporate Plan will be put into action during the 2019/20 financial year, consistent with the adopted 2019/20 Annual budget. The 2019/20 Operational Plan is part of a $548 million financial plan that will ...
A planning scheme is a document prepared by a local Council to regulate the use and development of land. The Planning Act 2016 requires that a local government review its Planning Scheme every 10 years. The Toowoomba Regional Planning Scheme was made on 2 July 2012 ...
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