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CALOUNDRA CITY PLAN 2004
PLANNING SCHEME POLICY NO. 11.26
(INFRASTRUCTURE CONTRIBUTIONS FOR
STORMWATER INFRASTRUCTURE) 2009
CALOUNDRA CITY PLAN 2004
PLANNING SCHEME POLICY NO. 11.26
(INFRASTRUCTURE CONTRIBUTIONS FOR STORMWATER
INFRASTRUCTURE) 2009
TABLE OF PROVISIONS
PART 1 - INTRODUCTION
Division 1 - Preliminary
1.1.1
1.1.2
Short title.......................................................................................................1
Commencement ............................................................................................1
Division 2 - Purpose of the planning scheme policy
1.2.1
Purpose of the planning scheme policy ........................................................1
Division 3 - Relationship to the Integrated Planning Act 1997
1.3.1
Authorising legislation ..................................................................................1
Division 4 - Relationship to the planning scheme
1.4.1
1.4.2
Relationship to the planning scheme ............................................................1
Application of planning scheme policy ........................................................1
Division 5 - Interpretation
1.5.1
1.5.2
Definitions – the dictionary ..........................................................................2
Interpretation of the planning scheme policy ...............................................2
PART 2 - INFRASTRUCTURE CONTRIBUTION FOR STORMWATER
INFRASTRUCTURE
Division 1 - Basis of infrastructure contribution
2.1.1
2.1.2
2.1.3
2.1.4
2.1.5
Stormwater infrastructure .............................................................................3
Stormwater infrastructure charge areas ........................................................3
Timing of stormwater infrastructure .............................................................4
Establishment cost of stormwater infrastructure .........................................5
Apportionment of establishment cost ...........................................................5
Division 2 - Type of Infrastructure Contribution
2.2.1
Type of infrastructure contribution for stormwater infrastructure ................5
Division 3 - Calculation of the infrastructure contribution
2.3.1
2.3.2
2.3.3
2.3.4
Land contribution ..........................................................................................5
Financial contribution ...................................................................................6
Works contribution .......................................................................................7
Mixed contribution .......................................................................................7
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Division 4 - Form of the infrastructure contribution
2.4.1
Form of the infrastructure contribution.........................................................8
Division 5 - Timing of the infrastructure contribution
2.5.1
Timing of the infrastructure contribution .....................................................8
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SCHEDULE 1
DICTIONARY
S1.1
Defined terms ...................................................................................... S1-1
SCHEDULE 2
STORMWATER INFRASTRUCTURE CONTRIBUTION RATES
Table 2.1 – Stormwater Infrastructure Charge Rates..………………………….…S2-1
SCHEDULE 3
IMPERVIOUS FACTORS
Table 3.1 - Impervious factors ………………………...………….…………........S3-1
SCHEDULE 4
FUTURE STORMWATER INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS
Table 4.1 - Stormwater Infrastructure Catchment A –
Obi Obi & Walkers Creek …………………..……………….……....S4-2
Table 4.2 - Stormwater Infrastructure Catchment B –
Mooloolah River (Township)………………………………….…..…S4-3
Table 4.3 - Stormwater Infrastructure Catchment C –
Mooloolah River (East)……….………………………………….…..S4-4
Table 4.4 - Stormwater Infrastructure Catchment D –
Ewen Maddock……………….………………………………….…..S4-6
Table 4.5 - Stormwater Infrastructure Catchment E –
Mellum Creek A ……….…………………………….………….…..S4-7
Table 4.6 - Stormwater Infrastructure Catchment F –
Mellum Creek B ……….…………………………….………….…..S4-8
Table 4.7 - Stormwater Infrastructure Catchment G –
Coochin Creek ……….…………………………….…………...…..S4-9
Table 4.8 - Stormwater Infrastructure Catchment H –
Coonowrin Creek ……….………………………….………………..S4-10
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Table 4.9 - Stormwater Infrastructure Catchment I –
Tooway Creek ……….…………………………….………………..S4-11
Table 4.10 - Stormwater Infrastructure Catchment J –
Pumicestone ……….……………...………………….………….…..S4-12
Table 4.11 - Stormwater Infrastructure Catchment K –
Caloundra West ……….…………………………….………….…...S4-13
Table 4.12 - Stormwater Infrastructure Catchment L –
Duckholes and Lamerough ..………………………….………….…..S4-14
Table 4.13 - Stormwater Infrastructure Catchment L –
Kings Beach ..………………………….……………………………..S4-15
SCHEDULE 5
LAND VALUES
Table 5.1 Land Values ………………………………………………………S5-1
SCHEDULE 6
STORMWATER INFRASTRUCTURE MAPS
MAP SWFUI – Future Stormwater Index
MAP SWFU1 – Maleny Catchments Future Stormwater
MAP SWFU2 – Mooloolah Catchments Future Stormwater
MAP SWFU3 – Landsborough Catchments Future Stormwater
MAP SWFU4 – Beerwah Catchments Future Stormwater
MAP SWFU5 – Glass House Mountains Catchments Future Stormwater
MAP SWFU6 – Caloundra Central and Eastern Beaches Catchments Future
Stormwater
MAP SWFU7 – Caloundra West Catchments Future Stormwater
MAP SWFU8 – Caloundra South Catchments Future Stormwater
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PLANNING SCHEME POLICY NO. 11.26
(INFRASTRUCTURE CONTRIBUTIONS FOR STORMWATER
INFRASTRUCTURE) 2009
PART 1 - INTRODUCTION
Division 1 - Preliminary
1.1.1
Short title
This planning scheme policy may be cited as Planning Scheme Policy
No. 11.26 (Infrastructure Contributions for Stormwater Infrastructure) 2009.
1.1.2
Commencement
This planning scheme policy commences on the day the notice of adoption of
the planning scheme policy is published.
Division 2 - Purpose of the planning scheme policy
1.2.1
Purpose of the planning scheme policy
The purpose of this planning scheme policy is to assist with the
implementation of the Caloundra City Plan 2004 by specifying the method
for calculating an infrastructure contribution for stormwater infrastructure.
Division 3 - Relationship to the Integrated Planning Act 1997
1.3.1
Authorising legislation
This planning scheme policy is made pursuant to the Integrated Planning Act
1997.
Division 4 - Relationship to the planning scheme
1.4.1
Relationship to the planning scheme
(1)
1.4.2
This planning scheme policy is to be read in conjunction with—
(a)
section 6.1.31 (Conditions about infrastructure for
applications) of the Integrated Planning Act 1997; and
(b)
Parts 7.9 (Flood Management Code), 7.11 (Natural
Waterways and Wetlands Code), 7.14 (Water Resource
Catchment Code) and 9.10 (Stormwater Management
Code) of the Caloundra City Plan 2004.
Application of planning scheme policy
(1)
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This planning scheme policy applies in respect of a development
application for—
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(2)
(a)
a development permit for a material change of use or a
reconfiguring of a lot that is assessable development; or
(b)
a preliminary approval to which section 3.1.6 (Preliminary
approval may override a local planning instrument) of the
Integrated Planning Act 1997 applies, where the
development which is the subject of the preliminary
approval is stated to be self-assessable development.
This planning scheme policy does not apply—
(a)
where an infrastructure charges schedule which deals with
infrastructure charges in respect of stormwater
infrastructure has been adopted;1 or
(b)
where a legally binding agreement exists between the local
government and the applicant that deals with stormwater
infrastructure and which relates to the land to which the
development application relates.
Division 5 - Interpretation
1.5.1
Definitions – the dictionary
(1)
1.5.2
The dictionary in Schedule 1 (Dictionary) of this planning scheme
policy defines particular words used in this planning scheme policy.
Interpretation of the planning scheme policy
(1)
1
A term used in the planning scheme policy which is not defined in
Schedule 1 (Dictionary) of this planning scheme policy is to be
given the meaning in—
(a)
Part 3 (Interpretation) of the Caloundra City Plan 2004; or
(b)
the Integrated Planning Act 1997.
Section 6.1.20(3) (Planning scheme policies for infrastructure) of the Integrated Planning Act 1997
provides that if the local government has an infrastructure charges plan, an infrastructure charges
schedule or a regulated infrastructure charges schedule, the planning scheme policy must not deal with
the same matters as the infrastructure charges plan, the infrastructure charges schedule or the regulated
infrastructure charges schedule.
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PART 2 - INFRASTRUCTURE CONTRIBUTION FOR STORMWATER
INFRASTRUCTURE
Division 1 - Basis of infrastructure contribution
2.1.1
Stormwater infrastructure
The stormwater infrastructure comprises both quantity and quality
infrastructure and is identified in Table 2.1.1 (Stormwater infrastructure).
Table 2.1.1 – Stormwater infrastructure
Stormwater
infrastructure
network
Stormwater
quantity
infrastructure
Items included in stormwater infrastructure
Retention and detention basins
Lined drains/channels
Unlined drains/channels
Natural flow paths including channels, waterways,
creeks & rivers
All pipe and culvert
diameter/width and above
infrastructure
450mm
Wetlands
Stormwater
quality
infrastructure
Stormwater quality improvement devices
Waterway bank stabilisation of riparian zones.
2.1.2
Stormwater infrastructure charge areas
(1)
The stormwater infrastructure and charge rates have been
determined for charge areas based on the natural hydrologic
catchments of the various creek and river systems within the
Planning Scheme Area.
(2)
Charge rates have been prepared for the catchments identified in
Table 2.1.2 (Stormwater catchments) and shown on Map SWFUI
(Future Stormwater Index) in Schedule 6 (Stormwater infrastructure
maps).
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Table 2.1.2 Stormwater catchments
Catchment area
(refer Map SWFUI
in Schedule 6)
2.1.3
Catchment name
Predominant planning areas
covered by catchment
SWCA
Obi Obi & Walkers
Creek
Maleny Township and
Plateau planning areas
Maleny
SWCB
Mooloolah River
(Township)
Mooloolah Township planning area
SWCC
Mooloolah River Valley
Mooloolah Valley planning area
SWCD
Ewen Maddock
Landsborough Township planning
area
SWCE
Mellum A & Little
Rocky Creek
Landsborough Township planning
area
SWCF
Mellum Creek B
Beerwah Township planning area
SWCG
Coochin Creek
Beerwah Township planning area
SWCH
Coonowrin Creek
Glass House Mountains Township
SWCI
Tooway Creek
Caloundra West and Caloundra
Eastern Beaches planning areas
SWCJ
Pumicestone
Caloundra South and
Caloundra planning areas
SWCK
Caloundra West
Caloundra West planning area
SWCL
Duckholes &
Lamerough Creek
Caloundra West, Caloundra South
and Central Caloundra planning
areas
SWCM
Kings Beach
Central Caloundra planning area
Central
Timing of stormwater infrastructure
The infrastructure provision and demand for stormwater infrastructure has
been based on full development of the precincts identified in Caloundra City
Plan 2004.
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2.1.4
Establishment cost of stormwater infrastructure
The establishment costs for the existing and future stormwater trunk
infrastructure and timing for future works are summarised for each
catchment in Schedule 4 (Future stormwater infrastructure projects).
2.1.5
Apportionment of establishment cost
(1)
The average cost apportionment method has been adopted for
stormwater infrastructure with charge rates based on apportioning
the total establishment cost of existing and future infrastructure
within a catchment over the total existing and future demand for the
catchment.
(2)
Impervious area has been adopted as the standard demand unit for
calculating charge rates and estimates of the impervious areas for
each catchment are based on the impervious factors detailed in
Schedule 3 (Impervious factors for individual precincts).
Division 2 - Type of Infrastructure Contribution
2.2.1
Type of infrastructure contribution for stormwater infrastructure
An infrastructure contribution for stormwater infrastructure may be in the
form of—
(a)
a land contribution being the provision of land for stormwater
infrastructure that is identified in the list of future stormwater
infrastructure projects identified in Schedule 4 (Future stormwater
infrastructure projects) (“land contribution”); or
(b)
a financial contribution being the provision of money (“financial
contribution”); or
(c)
a works contribution being the carrying out of works for stormwater
infrastructure (“works contribution”); or
(d)
a mixed contribution involving a combination of a land contribution,
a financial contribution or a works contribution (“mixed
contribution”).
Division 3 - Calculation of the infrastructure contribution
2.3.1
Land contribution
(1)
A land contribution is the provision of land for stormwater
infrastructure that—
(a)
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is required for a future stormwater infrastructure project
identified in Tables 4.1 to 4.13 of Schedule 4 (Future
stormwater infrastructure projects); and
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(b)
(2)
2.3.2
when valued at the rates in Table 5.1 (Land values) in
Schedule 5 (Land values) is equal to the value of the
financial contribution calculated in accordance with section
2.3.2 (Financial contribution) of this planning scheme
policy.
A land contribution shall only be accepted by the local government
where the local government has identified and approved as a land
contribution the area of land that is required for the stormwater
infrastructure.
Financial contribution
(1)
A financial contribution for stormwater infrastructure is an amount
calculated in accordance with the following formula—
H = [ (SW1 - SW2) x CSW ] x I
Where—
H = The total infrastructure contribution for stormwater
infrastructure expressed as ($).
SW1 = The total impervious area which will result from the
development expressed as impervious hectares. SW1 is calculated as
the product of the developable area of the site and the impervious
factor identified in column 2 of Table 3.1 (Impervious factors) of
Schedule 3 (Impervious factors).
SW2 = The impervious area of an existing lawful use which exists
on the site at the time the development application is made which
shall be determined as(a)
for an existing single unit residential site an impervious
area of 480 m2, or,
(b)
for an existing multi-unit residential or non-residential
development the lesser of either
(i)
the measured impervious area of the site, or,
(ii)
the product of the developable area of the site and
the impervious factor identified in column 2 of
Table 3.1 (Impervious factors) of Schedule 3
(Impervious factors) that applies to the existing
lawful use.
CSW = The catchment charge rate shown in column 4 of Table 2.1
(Stormwater infrastructure charge rates) in Schedule 2 (Stormwater
infrastructure charge rates) expressed as ($) per impervious hectare
corresponding to the column 1 stormwater catchment area for the
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location of the development as referenced in Map SWFUI in
Schedule 6 (Stormwater infrastructure maps).
I = The ratio of the most recently published producer price index
for non-residential construction (4113) Queensland, available at the
time of payment of the contribution, divided by the non-residential
construction (4113) Queensland producer price index for the June
2006 quarter (153.3).
2.3.3
(2)
The local government is not required to provide the stormwater
infrastructure immediately upon the payment of a financial
contribution or in the immediate vicinity of the development.
(3)
The financial contribution may be reduced by the local government
where it is satisfied that a previous infrastructure contribution for
stormwater infrastructure has been provided for the site.
Works contribution
(1)
(2)
2.3.4
A works contribution for stormwater infrastructure is works—
(a)
for a future stormwater infrastructure project listed in
Tables 4.1 to 4.13 of Schedule 4 (Future stormwater
infrastructure projects), and
(b)
to the value of an amount equal to the value of the financial
contribution calculated in accordance with section 2.3.2
(Financial contribution) of this planning scheme policy;
and
(c)
which complies with the local government’s design
requirements.
A works contribution shall only be accepted by the local
government where—
(a)
the local government has agreed to the provisions of a
works contribution; and
(b)
the local government has approved detailed construction
plans, landscaping plans and costings for the proposed
works contribution.
Mixed contribution
(1)
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A mixed contribution for stormwater infrastructure is land, a
monetary sum or works to the value of an amount equal to the value
of the financial contribution calculated in accordance with section
2.3.2 (Financial contribution) of this planning scheme policy.
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Division 4 - Form of the infrastructure contribution
2.4.1
Form of the infrastructure contribution
(1)
The local government is to specify the form which an infrastructure
contribution for stormwater infrastructure is to take.
Division 5 - Timing of the infrastructure contribution
2.5.1
Timing of the infrastructure contribution
(1)
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An infrastructure contribution for stormwater infrastructure is to be
provided to the local government—
(a)
prior to the time specified in the development approval; or
(b)
if no time is specified in the development approval, prior to
the time being—
(i)
in the case of a development, which is a material
change of use, the commencement of the
development; and
(ii)
in the case of a development which is
reconfiguring a lot, the approval of the plan of
subdivision; and
(iii)
in the case of a development, which is not a
material change of use or a reconfiguring a lot, the
commencement of the development.
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SCHEDULE 1
DICTIONARY
S1.1
Defined terms
“developable area” means the total area of the development minus the land for a
major road,(collector or above) open space or a waterway corridor.
“impervious area” means that part of the development which forms a barrier
preventing rainfall from directly contacting undisturbed ground.
“stormwater infrastructure” see section 2.1.1 (Stormwater infrastructure) of this
planning scheme policy.
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SCHEDULE 2
STORMWATER INFRASTRUCTURE CHARGE RATES
Table 2.1 – Stormwater infrastructure charge rates
Column 1
Stormwater
catchment
Column 2
Column 3
Catchment name
Location
(Refer Map
SWFUI)
SWCA
SWCB
SWCC
SWCD
SWCE
SWCF
SWCG
Obi Obi & Walkers
Creek
Mooloolah River
(Township)
Mooloolah River (East)
Ewen Maddock
Mellum Creek A
Mellum Creek B
Coochin Creek
SWCH
SWCI
SWCJ
SWCK
Maleny
Mooloolah
Township
Mooloolah Valley
Landsborough
Landsborough
Beerwah
Beerwah
Glass House
Mountains
Caloundra
Caloundra
Caloundra
Coonowrin Creek
Tooway Creek
Pumicestone
Caloundra West
Duckholes &
SWCL
Lamerough
Caloundra
SWCM
Kings Beach
Caloundra
* Charge rate published for public exhibition
Column 4
Charge rate
($/impervious
hectare)
74,268
67,076
44,818 *
44,999
50,520
69,152
47,624
70,439
171,989 *
154,492 *
197,122 *
81,786
220,178
Note - The charge rates in Table 2.1 (Stormwater infrastructure charge rates) are in
June 2006 dollars and will be subject to indexation by the producer price index for
non-residential construction (4113) Queensland, unless otherwise specified in this
planning scheme policy.
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SCHEDULE 3
IMPERVIOUS FACTORS
Table 3.1 - Impervious factors
Column 1
Column 2
Development
Impervious factor
(refer to City Plan 2004 Part 3 Interpretation)
(%)
Residential use – single unit other
than rural residential
60
Residential use – single unit rural
residential
20
Residential use other than single unit
90
Business and commercial use
90
Industrial use
90
Rural use
10
Sport and recreation use other than
indoor sport, recreation and
entertainment
0
Indoor sport, recreation and
entertainment
90
Community use
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70 (maximum, but varies)
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SCHEDULE 4
FUTURE STORMWATER INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS
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Table 4.1
Stormwater Infrastructure Catchment A - Obi Obi & Walkers Creek
Infrastructure
number
Description
Measure
Quantity
EXA
Existing Trunk Infrastructure
Future Infrastructure
Land Cost
($)
Construction
cost ($)
Allocation
to charge
rates (%)
Total
Cost ($)
-
3,924,852
100%
3,924,852
Year
Demand
imperv.
area
(Ha)
Charge rates
($/Imperv ha)
255.5
15,362
SWF1
Culvert Upgrade Landsborough Maleny Rd
bridge
Volume
(m3)
540
-
54,103
100%
54,103
2008
255.5
212
SWF2
Stormwater Pipe Upgrade B
Length (m)
210
-
203,064
100%
203,064
2008
255.5
795
SWF3
Stormwater Pipe Upgrade K
Length (m)
800
-
1,502,216
100%
1,502,216
2022
255.5
5,880
SWF4
Stormwater Pipe Upgrade L
Length (m)
920
-
1,557,538
100%
1,557,538
2008
255.5
6,096
SWF94
Natural Channel A
Area (ha)
470
28,009
-
100%
28,009
2014
255.5
110
SWF95
Natural Channel B
Area (ha)
1635
99,908
-
100%
99,908
2008
255.5
391
SWF96
Natural Channel C
Area (ha)
400
22,523
-
100%
22,523
2014
255.5
88
SWF97
Natural Channel D
Area (ha)
180
5,486
-
100%
5,486
2014
255.5
21
SWF98
Natural Channel E
Area (ha)
645
43,313
-
100%
43,313
2022
255.5
170
SWF99
Natural Channel F
Area (ha)
545
51,398
-
100%
51,398
2022
255.5
201
SWF100
Natural Channel G
Area (ha)
560
63,525
-
100%
63,525
2022
255.5
249
SWF101
Natural Channel H
Area (ha)
525
39,848
-
100%
39,848
2014
255.5
156
SWF102
Natural Channel I
Area (ha)
1060
116,655
-
100%
116,655
2014
255.5
457
SWF103
Natural Channel J
Area (ha)
1980
230,134
-
100%
230,134
2014
255.5
901
SWF201
Wetland - A
Area (m2)
20146
853,182
1,392,188
100%
2,245,370
2022
255.5
8,788
SWF202
Wetland - B
Area (m2)
24737
1,047,599
1,709,429
100%
2,757,028
2014
255.5
10,791
SWF203
Wetland - C
Area (m2)
29123
1,233,352
2,012,533
100%
3,245,885
2014
255.5
12,704
SWF204
Wetland - D
11051
468,017
763,690
100%
1,231,707
2014
255.5
4,821
SWF205
Water Quality SQID
Area (m2)
Catchment
IA (ha)
100%
1,552,303
2014
255.5
43
-
1,552,303
Total Charge Rate for Catchment A
($/Imperv ha)
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6,076
74,268
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Table 4.2
Stormwater Infrastructure Catchment B - Mooloolah River (Township)
Infrastruct
ure
number
Description
Measure
Quantity
EXB
Existing Trunk Infrastructure
Future Infrastructure
Land cost
($)
Construct’n
cost ($)
Allocat’n
to charge
rates
(%)
Total cost
($)
-
3,039,792
100%
3,039,792
-
318,222
100%
Year
Demand
imperv.
area
(Ha)
Charge
rates
($/Impe
rv ha)
Existing
193.6
15,700
318,222
2008
193.6
1,644
SWF5
Paget St Culvert Upgrade
Upgrade
SWF6
Niell Rd 13 Culvert Upgrade
Upgrade
3/3.66 x
3.35
7/ 3.66 x
3.05
-
661,663
100%
661,663
2008
193.6
3,417
SWF7
Niell Rd 12 Culvert Upgrade
Upgrade
1.5 x 1.5
-
69,336
100%
69,336
2008
193.6
358
SWF8
Kings Rd 11 Culvert Upgrade
Upgrade
2.44 x 1.2
-
77,458
100%
77,458
2008
193.6
400
SWF104
Easement Over Natural Channel
- Subcatchment A
Length
(m)
940
41,003
-
100%
41,003
2022
193.6
212
SWF105
Easement Over Natural Channel
- Subcatchment B
Length
(m)
1,300
77,963
-
100%
77,963
2008
193.6
403
SWF106
Easement Over Natural Channel
- Subcatchment C
Length
(m)
340
12,705
-
100%
12,705
2008
193.6
66
SWF107
Easement Over Natural Channel
- Subcatchment D
Length
(m)
390
20,501
-
100%
20,501
2008
193.6
106
SWF108
Easement Over Natural Channel
- Subcatchment E
Length
(m)
320
15,593
-
100%
15,593
2008
193.6
81
SWF109
Easement Over Natural Channel
- Subcatchment F
Length
(m)
120
5,775
-
100%
5,775
2014
193.6
30
SWF110
Easement Over Natural Channel
- Subcatchment G
Length
(m)
480
15,015
-
100%
15,015
2014
193.6
78
SWF206
Wetland Construction - A
Area (m2)
12,675
536,775
875,888
100%
1,412,664
2008
193.6
7,296
SWF207
Wetland Construction - B
Area (m2)
15,498
656,322
1,070,960
100%
1,727,282
2008
193.6
8,921
SWF208
Wetland Construction - C
Area (m2)
8,355
353,854
577,405
100%
931,259
2008
193.6
4,810
SWF209
Wetland Construction - D
Area (m2)
4,079
172,754
281,893
100%
454,647
2022
193.6
2,348
SWF210
Wetland Construction - E
Area (m2)
8,727
369,606
603,108
100%
972,714
2008
193.6
5,024
SWF211
Wetland Construction - F
Area (m2)
10,225
433,013
706,573
100%
1,139,585
2008
193.6
5,886
SWF212
Wetland Construction - G
Area (m2)
17,886
757,473
1,236,013
100%
1,993,486
2008
193.6
Total Charge Rate for Catchment B ($/Imperv ha)
Amended – October 2009
10,296
67,076
Caloundra City Plan 2004
Planning Scheme Policy No. 11.26 (Infrastructure Contributions for Stormwater Infrastructure) 2009
S4-4
Table 4.3
Stormwater Infrastructure Catchment C - Mooloolah River (East)
Infrastructure
number
Description
Measure
Quantity
EXC
Existing Trunk Infrastructure
Future Infrastructure
1.2 x 0.9
RCBC
2 x 1050
RCP
Land
cost ($)
Construction
cost ($)
Allocation
to charge
rates (%)
Total cost
($)
Year
Demand
imperv.
area
(Ha)
Charge
rates
($/Imperv
ha)
-
516,486
100%
516,486
Existing
130.9
3,944
-
43,468
100%
43,468
2008
130.9
332
-
61,323
100%
61,323
2008
130.9
468
-
33,634
100%
33,634
2008
130.9
257
-
104,542
100%
104,542
2008
130.9
798
SWF9
Culvert Upgrade - Woodlands Court 1
Upgrade
SWF10
Culvert Upgrade - Valley Rise 2
Upgrade
SWF11
Culvert Upgrade - Valley Rise 3
Upgrade
SWF12
Culvert Upgrade - Connection Rd 4
Upgrade
SWF13
Culvert Upgrade - Tolson Rd 5
Upgrade
1 x 525 RCP
2 x 1500
RCP
1 x 1350
RCP
-
59,781
100%
59,781
2008
130.9
457
-
139,240
100%
139,240
2008
130.9
1,063
SWF14
Culvert Upgrade - Glenview Rd 7
Upgrade
3/2.44 x 1.2
RCBC
SWF15
Culvert Upgrade - Evans Grove Rd 11
Upgrade
1 x 600 RCP
-
35,084
100%
35,084
2008
130.9
268
-
120,321
100%
120,321
2008
130.9
919
-
33,634
100%
33,634
2008
130.9
257
-
62,465
100%
62,465
2008
130.9
477
SWF16
Culvert Upgrade - Glenview Rd 14
Upgrade
4x 1050mm
RCP
SWF17
Culvert Upgrade - Glenview Rd 15
Upgrade
1 x 525 RCP
SWF18
Culvert Upgrade - Glenview Rd 18
Upgrade
SWF19
Culvert Upgrade - Glenview Rd 19
Upgrade
2 x 900mm
RCP
1 x 1050
RCP
-
49,655
100%
49,655
2008
130.9
379
SWF20
Culvert Upgrade - Glenview Rd 23
Upgrade
4 x 900mm
RCP
-
98,680
100%
98,680
2008
130.9
754
SWF21
Culvert Upgrade - Glenview Rd 31
Upgrade
1 x 900 RCP
-
44,330
100%
44,330
2008
130.9
339
2 x 900mm
RCP
-
62,465
100%
62,465
2008
130.9
477
1,290
135,135
100%
135,135
2008
130.9
1,032
SWF22
Culvert Upgrade - Glenview Rd 34
Upgrade
SWF111
Easement Over Natural Channel Subcatchment A
Length
(m)
Amended – October 2009
-
Caloundra City Plan 2004
Planning Scheme Policy No. 11.26 (Infrastructure Contributions for Stormwater Infrastructure) 2009
S4-5
Table 4.3
(cont.)
Infrastructure
number
Stormwater Infrastructure Catchment C - Mooloolah River (East)
Description
Measure
Quantity
Land
cost ($)
Constructi
on cost
($)
Allocation
to charge
rates (%)
Total cost
($)
Year
Demand
imperv.
area (Ha)
Charge
rates
($/Imperv
ha)
SWF112
Easement Over Natural Channel Subcatchment B
Length (m)
890
84,604
-
100%
84,604
2014
130.9
646
SWF113
Easement Over Natural Channel Subcatchment C
Length (m)
410
10,395
-
100%
10,395
2008
130.9
79
SWF114
Easement Over Natural Channel Subcatchment D
Length (m)
1,770
206,745
-
100%
206,745
2008
130.9
1,579
SWF115
Easement Over Natural Channel Subcatchment E
Length (m)
1,710
129,649
-
100%
129,649
2014
130.9
990
SWF116
Easement Over Natural Channel Subcatchment F
Length (m)
2,050
80,561
-
100%
80,561
2008
130.9
615
SWF213
Wetland Construction - A
Area (m2)
4,600
14,612
317,906
100%
332,518
2014
130.9
2,539
SWF214
Wetland Construction - B
Area (m2)
5,448
17,305
376,494
100%
393,799
2014
130.9
3,008
SWF215
Wetland Construction - C
Area (m2)
5,711
18,141
394,688
100%
412,829
2014
130.9
3,153
SWF216
Wetland Construction - D
Area (m2)
3,889
12,351
268,729
100%
281,080
2008
130.9
2,147
SWF217
Wetland Construction - E
Area (m2)
3,690
11,721
255,012
100%
266,733
2008
130.9
2,037
SWF218
Wetland Construction - F
Area (m2)
6,070
19,279
419,456
100%
438,735
2008
130.9
3,351
SWF219
Wetland Construction - G
Area (m2)
14,698
46,684
1,015,695
100%
1,062,379
2008
130.9
8,114
SWF220
Wetland Construction - H
Area (m2)
4,329
13,751
299,188
100%
312,940
2014
130.9
2,390
SWF221
Wetland Construction - I
Area (m2)
1,896
6,021
131,005
100%
137,026
2022
130.9
1,046
SWF222
Wetland Construction - J
Area (m2)
2,044
6,492
141,236
100%
147,728
2008
130.9
1,128
* Adopt rate published for public exhibition ($44,818/imperv ha).
Amended – October 2009
Total Charge Rate for Catchment C
($/Imperv ha)
45,945*
Caloundra City Plan 2004
Planning Scheme Policy No. 11.26 (Infrastructure Contributions for Stormwater Infrastructure) 2009
S4-6
Table 4.4
Stormwater Infrastructure Catchment D - Ewen Maddock
Infrastru
cture
number
Description
Measure
Quantity
EXD
Existing Trunk Infrastructure
Future Infrastructure
Land cost
($)
Construction
cost ($)
Allocation
to charge
rates (%)
Total cost
($)
Year
Demand
imperv.
area
(Ha)
Charge
rates
($/Impe
rv ha)
-
881,300
100%
881,300
Existing
111.6
7,896
SWF23
Culvert Upgrade - Cribb St 1
Upgrade
1 x 825mm RCP
-
42,567
100%
42,567
2008
111.6
381
SWF24
SWF25
SWF26
SWF27
Culvert
Culvert
Culvert
Culvert
Upgrade
Upgrade
Upgrade
Upgrade
0.7 x 0.6 RCBC
1 x 1050mm RCP
1 x1200mm RCP
1 x 750mm RCP
-
36,319
49,655
54,776
39,937
100%
100%
100%
100%
36,319
49,655
54,776
39,937
2022
2008
2008
2022
111.6
111.6
111.6
111.6
325
445
491
358
SWF28
Culvert Upgrade - Gattera Rd 13
Upgrade
2 x 1500mm RCP
-
107,992
100%
107,992
2008
111.6
968
SWF29
Culvert Upgrade - Annie St 14
Upgrade
1 x 675mm RCP
-
39,029
100%
39,029
2022
111.6
350
SWF30
Culvert Upgrade - Mary St 17
Upgrade
1 x 525mm RCP
-
34,131
100%
34,131
2022
111.6
306
SWF31
Culvert Upgrade - Bella St 19
Upgrade
1 x 1050mm RCP
-
50,321
100%
50,321
2008
111.6
451
SWF117
Easement Over Natural Channel Subcatchment A
Length
(m)
1,080
51,975
-
100%
51,975
2008
111.6
466
SWF118
Easement Over Natural Channel Subcatchment B
Length
(m)
285
25,988
-
100%
25,988
2008
111.6
233
SWF119
Easement Over Natural Channel Subcatchment C
Length
(m)
1,125
160,256
-
100%
160,256
2008
111.6
1,436
SWF120
Easement Over Natural Channel Subcatchment D
Length
(m)
2,485
185,955
-
100%
185,955
2008
111.6
1,666
SWF121
Easement Over Natural Channel Subcatchment E
395
35,228
-
100%
35,228
2008
111.6
316
SWF223
Wetland A
1,036,254
100%
1,083,883
2014
111.6
9,712
SWF224
Wetland B
Length
(m)
Area
(m2)
Area
(m2)
2,048,814
100%
2,142,983
2014
111.6
19,201
Total Charge Rate for Catchment D
($/Imperv ha)
44,999
Amended – October 2009
Upgrade
Upgrade
Upgrade
Upgrade
-
Tytherleigh Av 4
Tytherleigh Av 5
Myla Rd 6
Calderwood Rd 10
14,995
29,648
47,629
94,169
Caloundra City Plan 2004
Planning Scheme Policy No. 11.26 (Infrastructure Contributions for Stormwater Infrastructure) 2009
S4-7
Table 4.5
Stormwater Infrastructure Catchment E - Mellum Creek A
Infrastruc
ture
number
Description
Measure
Quantity
Land
cost
($)
Existing Trunk
EXE
Infrastructure
Future Infrastructure
-
Construction
cost ($)
Allocation
to charge
rates (%)
Total cost
($)
Year
Demand
imperv.
area
(Ha)
Charge
rates
($/Imperv
ha)
Existing
138.3
18,034
2,493,907
100%
2,493,907
-
119,176
100%
119,176
2008
138.3
862
SWF32
Whites Rd Culvert Upgrade
Length
(m)
2/2.44x2.13
RCBC
SWF122
Easement Over Natural
Channel - Subcatchment A
Length
(m)
435
24,977
-
100%
24,977
2008
138.3
181
SWF123
Easement Over Natural
Channel - Subcatchment B
Length
(m)
360
10,395
-
100%
10,395
2008
138.3
75
SWF124
Easement Over Natural
Channel - Subcatchment C
Length
(m)
1,010
72,476
-
100%
72,476
2014
138.3
524
SWF125
Easement Over Natural
Channel - Subcatchment D
Length
(m)
1,150
81,139
-
100%
81,139
2014
138.3
587
SWF126
Easement Over Natural
Channel - Subcatchment E
Length
(m)
470
18,769
-
100%
18,769
2014
138.3
136
SWF127
Easement Over Natural
Channel - Subcatchment F
Length
(m)
240
19,346
-
100%
19,346
2014
138.3
140
SWF128
Easement Over Natural
Channel - Subcatchment G
Length
(m)
1,465
147,840
-
100%
147,840
2008
138.3
1,069
SWF225
Wetland Construction A
Area (ha)
1.62
51,386
1,118,003
100%
1,169,389
2008
138.3
8,456
SWF226
Wetland Construction B
Area (ha)
0.65
20,544
446,966
100%
467,510
2008
138.3
3,381
SWF227
Wetland Construction C
Area (ha)
0.51
16,275
354,096
100%
370,371
2008
138.3
2,678
SWF228
Wetland Construction D
Area (ha)
1.62
51,400
1,118,302
100%
1,169,702
2008
138.3
8,458
SWF229
Wetland Construction E
Area (ha)
1.14
36,090
785,211
100%
821,302
2008
138.3
5,939
Total Charge Rate for Catchment E
($/Imperv ha)
Amended – October 2009
50,520
Caloundra City Plan 2004
Planning Scheme Policy No. 11.26 (Infrastructure Contributions for Stormwater Infrastructure) 2009
S4-8
Table 4.6
Stormwater Infrastructure Catchment F - Mellum Creek B
Infrastructure
number
Description
Measure
Quantity
Land
cost ($)
EXF
Existing Trunk Infrastructure
Future Infrastructure
SWF33
Culvert Upgrade - Simpson Rd 1
-
Construction
cost ($)
1,908,835
Allocation
to charge
rates (%)
100%
Total cost
($)
Year
1,908,835
Existing
Demand
imperv.
area
(Ha)
79.0
Charge
rates
($/Imperv
ha)
24,153
Upgrade
2x1050
RCP
-
72,926
100%
72,926
2014
79.0
923
1 x 900
RCP
-
44,132
100%
44,132
2014
79.0
558
725
81,716
-
100%
81,716
2014
79.0
1,034
SWF34
Culvert Upgrade - Simpson Rd 2
Upgrade
SWF129
Easement Over Natural Channel sub-catchment B
Length
(m)
SWF130
Easement Over Natural Channel sub-catchment A
Length
(m)
340
19,670
-
100%
19,670
2014
79.0
249
SWF230
Wetland
Area (m2)
15,742
666,681
1,087,863
100%
1,754,545
2014
79.0
22,201
SWF231
SQID - S1
Area (ha)
12.45
-
451,104
100%
451,104
2022
79.0
5,708
SWF232
SQID - S2
Area (ha)
17.68
-
640,403
100%
640,403
2022
79.0
8,103
SWF233
SQID - S3
Area (ha)
13.58
-
491,893
100%
491,893
2008
79.0
6,224
Total Charge Rate for Catchment F
($/Imperv ha)
Amended – October 2009
69,152
Caloundra City Plan 2004
Planning Scheme Policy No. 11.26 (Infrastructure Contributions for Stormwater Infrastructure) 2009
S4-9
Table 4.7
Stormwater Infrastructure Catchment G - Coochin Creek
Infrastructure
number
Description
Measure
Quantity
Land
cost ($)
EXG
Existing Trunk Infrastructure
Future Infrastructure
-
Construction
cost ($)
3,553,277
Allocation to
charge rates
(%)
100%
Total cost
($)
Year
3,553,277
Demand
imperv.
area
(Ha)
224.6
Charge rates
($/Imperv
ha)
15,823
-
SWF35
SWF36
SWF37
Culvert upgrade Roberts Rd
Culvert upgrade Peachester Rd
Culvert upgrade Old Gympie Rd
Upgrade
Upgrade
Upgrade
2x1200mm
1x1200mm
3660x3660
-
83,301
54,410
106,869
100%
100%
100%
83,301
54,410
106,869
2014
2014
2014
224.6
224.6
224.6
371
242
476
SWF131
Easement Over Natural Channel
- Subcatchment A
Length
(m)
460
23,389
-
100%
23,389
2014
224.6
104
SWF132
Easement Over Natural Channel
- Subcatchment B
Length
(m)
1,740
126,761
-
100%
126,761
2014
224.6
564
SWF133
Easement Over Natural Channel
- Subcatchment C
Length
(m)
350
50,243
-
100%
50,243
2008
224.6
224
SWF134
Easement Over Natural Channel
- Subcatchment D
Length
(m)
210
6,064
-
100%
6,064
2022
224.6
27
SWF135
Easement Over Natural Channel
- Subcatchment E
Length
(m)
130
4,620
-
100%
4,620
2014
224.6
21
SWF136
Easement Over Natural Channel
- Subcatchment F
Length
(m)
80
2,888
-
100%
2,888
2022
224.6
13
SWF137
Easement Over Natural Channel
- Subcatchment H
Length
(m)
205
5,486
-
100%
5,486
2014
224.6
24
SWF138
Easement Over Natural Channel
- Subcatchment I
Length
(m)
200
9,818
-
100%
9,818
2022
224.6
44
SWF139
Easement Over Natural Channel
- Subcatchment J
Length
(m)
340
19,635
-
100%
19,635
2014
224.6
87
SWF140
Easement Over Natural Channel
- Subcatchment K
Length
(m)
790
37,538
-
100%
37,538
2014
224.6
167
SWF141
Easement Over Natural Channel
- Subcatchment L
Length
(m)
1,450
86,336
-
100%
86,336
2014
224.6
384
SWF142
Easement Over Natural Channel
- Subcatchment M
Length
(m)
450
19,635
-
100%
19,635
2014
224.6
87
SWF143
Easement Over Natural Channel
- Subcatchment N
Length
(m)
300
11,839
-
100%
11,839
2022
224.6
53
SWF234
Wetland Construction - A
Area(m2)
27,146
86,222
1,875,906
100%
1,962,128
2008
224.6
8,737
SWF235
Wetland Construction - B
Area(m2)
62,682
199,093
4,331,620
100%
4,530,712
2008
224.6
20,175
Total Charge Rate for Catchment G ($/Imperv ha)
Amended – October 2009
47,624
Caloundra City Plan 2004
Planning Scheme Policy No. 11.26 (Infrastructure Contributions for Stormwater Infrastructure) 2009
S4-10
Table 4.8
Stormwater Infrastructure Catchment H - Coonowrin Creek
Infrastructure
Description
Measure
Quantity
number
Land
cost
($)
-
Construction
cost ($)
3,946,340
Allocation
to charge
rates (%)
100%
Total cost
($)
Year
3,946,340
Existing
Demand
imperv.
area
(Ha)
124.3
Charge
rates
($/Imperv
ha)
EXH
Future
Infrastructure
Existing Trunk Infrastructure
SWF38
Jefferies Rd Culvert Upgrade
Upgrade
4/2130x900
-
103,331
100%
103,331
2008
124.3
831
SWF144
Easement Over Natural Channel
- Subcatchment A
Length
(m)
250
6,600
-
100%
6,600
2022
124.3
53
SWF145
Easement Over Natural Channel
- Subcatchment B
Length
(m)
940
39,270
-
100%
39,270
2008
124.3
316
SWF146
Easement Over Natural Channel
- Subcatchment C
Length
(m)
660
14,850
-
100%
14,850
2022
124.3
119
SWF147
Easement Over Natural Channel
- Subcatchment D
810
6,930
-
100%
6,930
2022
124.3
56
SWF236
Wetland Construction A
2,417
58,484
167,005
100%
225,488
2014
124.3
1,814
SWF237
Wetland Construction B
5,160
124,867
356,568
100%
481,435
2008
124.3
3,872
SWF238
Wetland Construction C
31,304
757,558
2,163,267
100%
2,920,825
2008
124.3
23,493
SWF239
Wetland Construction D
3,297
79,792
227,852
100%
307,644
2008
124.3
2,475
SWF240
Wetland Construction E
Length
(m)
Area
(m2)
Area
(m2)
Area
(m2)
Area
(m2)
Area
(m2)
7,552
182,769
521,913
100%
704,682
2008
124.3
5,668
70,439
-
Total Charge Rate for Catchment H ($/Imperv ha)
Amended – October 2009
31,742
Caloundra City Plan 2004
Planning Scheme Policy No. 11.26 (Infrastructure Contributions for Stormwater Infrastructure) 2009
S4-11
Table 4.9
Stormwater Infrastructure Catchment I - Tooway Creek
Infrastructure
number
Description
Measure
Quantity
EXI
Existing Trunk Infrastructure
Future Infrastructure
Land
cost
($)
Construction
cost ($)
Allocation
to charge
rates (%)
Total cost
($)
Year
Existing
155.7
104,887
-
16,334,727
100%
16,334,727
Demand
imperv.
area (Ha)
Charge rates
($/Imperv
ha)
SWF54
Pipe Network Upgrade 1A
Length (m)
550
-
980,238
100%
980,238
2008
155.7
6,294
SWF55
Pipe Network Upgrade 2A
Length (m)
1151
-
1,647,306
100%
1,647,306
2008
155.7
10,577
SWF56
Pipe Network Upgrade 6A
Length (m)
98
-
174,039
100%
174,039
2008
155.7
1,118
SWF57
Pipe Network Upgrade 7A
Length (m)
753
-
2,493,176
100%
2,493,176
2008
155.7
16,009
SWF58
Pipe Network Upgrade 8A
Length (m)
104
-
69,994
100%
69,994
2008
155.7
449
SWF59
Pipe Network Upgrade 9A
Length (m)
507
-
525,684
100%
525,684
2008
155.7
3,375
SWF60
Pipe Network Upgrade 10A
Length (m)
44.8
-
41,034
100%
41,034
2008
155.7
263
SWF61
Pipe Network Upgrade 11A
Length (m)
56.8
-
51,115
100%
51,115
2008
155.7
328
SWF62
Pipe Network Upgrade 12A
Length (m)
155.3
-
159,363
100%
159,363
2008
155.7
1,023
SWF63
Pipe Network Upgrade 13A
Length (m)
42.2
-
51,418
100%
51,418
2008
155.7
330
SWF64
Pipe Network Upgrade 14A
Length (m)
127.9
-
137,508
100%
137,508
2008
155.7
883
SWF65
Pipe Network Upgrade 15A
Length (m)
82.9
-
104,889
100%
104,889
2008
155.7
674
SWF66
Pipe Network Upgrade 16A
Length (m)
235
-
297,464
100%
297,464
2008
155.7
1,910
SWF67
Pipe Network Upgrade 17A
Length (m)
227.9
-
246,089
100%
246,089
2008
155.7
1,580
SWF68
Andrea Ahern Park
Channel Modifications
Volume (m3)
1749
-
222,156
100%
222,156
2008
155.7
1,426
SWF248
Water Quality SQID SubCatchment A
Catchment IA
(ha)
64.9
-
2,349,554
100%
2,349,554
2008
155.7
15,087
SWF249
Water Quality SQID SubCatchment B
Catchment IA
(ha)
22.6
-
819,410
100%
819,410
2008
155.7
5,262
SWF250
Water Quality SQID SubCatchment C
Catchment IA
(ha)
5.5
-
197,426
100%
197,426
2008
155.7
1,268
SWF251
Water Quality SQID SubCatchment D
Catchment IA
(ha)
35.9
-
1,301,564
100%
1,301,564
2008
155.7
8,357
SWF252
Water Quality SQID SubCatchment E
Catchment IA
(ha)
17.4
-
630,677
100%
630,677
2008
155.7
4,050
SWF253
Water Quality SQID SubCatchment F
Catchment IA
(ha)
9.5
-
343,051
100%
343,051
2008
155.7
* Adopt rate published for public exhibition ($171,989/imperv ha).
Amended – October 2009
Total Charge Rate for Catchment I ($/Imperv ha)
2,203
187,354*
Caloundra City Plan 2004
Planning Scheme Policy No. 11.26 (Infrastructure Contributions for Stormwater Infrastructure) 2009
S4-12
Table 4.10
Infrastructure
number
Stormwater Infrastructure Catchment J - Pumicestone
Description
Measure
Quantity
EXJ
Existing Trunk Infrastructure
Future Infrastructure
Land
cost
($)
Construction
cost ($)
Allocation
to charge
rates (%)
Total cost
($)
Year
Existing
208.7
105,089
-
21,929,891
100%
21,929,891
Demand
imperv.
area (Ha)
Charge
rates
($/Imperv
ha)
SWF69
Pipe Drainage Upgrade
Catchment B
Length (m)
190.00
-
363,553
100%
363,553
2008
208.7
1,742
SWF70
Pipe Drainage Upgrade
Catchment E
Length (m)
847.00
-
942,977
100%
942,977
2008
208.7
4,519
SWF71
Detention Basin
Catchment C
Area (m2)
6,210.00
-
1,918,890
100%
1,918,890
2008
208.7
9,195
SWF254
Water Quality SQID
Catchment A
Catchment IA
(ha)
34.84
-
569,819
100%
569,819
2008
208.7
2,731
SWF255
Water Quality SQID
Catchment B
Catchment IA
(ha)
85.60
-
2,164,806
100%
2,164,806
2008
208.7
10,374
SWF256
Water Quality SQID
Catchment C
Catchment IA
(ha)
127.62
-
1,895,292
100%
1,895,292
2008
208.7
9,082
SWF257
Water Quality SQID
Catchment D
Catchment IA
(ha)
43.56
-
1,033,499
100%
1,033,499
2008
208.7
4,953
SWF258
Water Quality SQID
Catchment E
Catchment IA
(ha)
22.40
-
468,752
100%
468,752
2008
208.7
2,246
SWF259
Water Quality SQID
Catchment F
Catchment IA
(ha)
20.34
-
389,781
100%
389,781
2008
208.7
1,868
SWF260
Water Quality SQID
Catchment G
Catchment IA
(ha)
31.88
-
582,136
100%
582,136
2022
208.7
2,790
SWF261
Water Quality SQID
Catchment H
Catchment IA
(ha)
12.86
-
206,483
100%
206,483
2022
208.7
989
SWF262
Water Quality SQID
Catchment I
Catchment IA
(ha)
11.74
-
112,660
100%
112,660
2022
208.7
540
SWF263
Water Quality SQID
Catchment J
Catchment IA
(ha)
9.77
-
135,844
100%
135,844
2008
208.7
651
* Adopt rate published for public exhibition ($154,492/imperv ha).
Amended – October 2009
Total Charge Rate for Catchment J ($/Imperv ha)
156,769*
Caloundra City Plan 2004
Planning Scheme Policy No. 11.26 (Infrastructure Contributions for Stormwater Infrastructure) 2009
S4-13
Table 4.11
Stormwater Infrastructure Catchment K - Caloundra West
Infrastructure
number
EXK
Description
Measure
Quantity
Existing Trunk Infrastructure
Future Infrastructure
Land cost
($)
-
Construction
cost ($)
16,366,261
Allocation
to charge
rates (%)
Total cost
($)
Year
Demand
imperv.
area (Ha)
Charge
rates
($/Imperv
ha)
100%
16,366,261
Existing
285.0
57,419
SWF72
Detention Basin A
Area (m2)
25,023.00
206,440
1,126,051
100%
1,332,490
2008
285.0
4,675
SWF73
Detention Basin B
Area (m2)
23,613.70
194,813
1,062,617
100%
1,257,430
2008
285.0
4,412
SWF74
Area (m2)
17,679.06
145,852
795,558
100%
941,410
2022
285.0
3,303
Length
(m)
1,721.00
1,696,400
1,158,632
100%
2,855,031
2022
285.0
10,017
Length
(m)
2,463.00
2,013,084
1,541,891
100%
3,554,975
2008
285.0
12,472
Length
(m)
950.00
2,159,944
773,813
100%
2,933,757
2008
285.0
10,293
Length
(m)
1,097.00
2,050,950
1,028,749
100%
3,079,699
2022
285.0
10,805
SWF79
Detention Basin C
Natural Channel
Design Local
Catchment A
Natural Channel
Design Local
Catchment B
Natural Channel
Design Local
Catchment C
Natural Channel
Design Local
Catchment D
Natural Channel
Design Local
Catchment E
Length
(m)
2,320.00
1,726,589
1,649,787
100%
3,376,376
2022
285.0
11,846
SWF264
Wetland - G
Area (ha)
7.00
6,352,500
4,760,308
100%
11,112,808
2008
285.0
38,988
SWF265
Wetland - C
Area (ha)
2.15
1,951,125
2,023,131
100%
3,974,256
2022
285.0
13,943
SWF266
Wetland - D
Area (ha)
0.75
680,625
702,145
100%
1,382,770
2008
285.0
4,851
SWF267
Wetland - E
Area (ha)
1.37
1,243,275
1,190,077
100%
2,433,352
2008
285.0
8,537
SWF268
Wetland - F
Area (ha)
1.49
1,352,175
1,309,085
100%
2,661,260
2022
285.0
9,337
SWF75
SWF76
SWF77
SWF78
* Adopt rate published for public exhibition ($197,122/imperv ha).
Amended – October 2009
Total Charge Rate for Catchment K ($/Imperv ha)
200,896 *
Caloundra City Plan 2004
Planning Scheme Policy No. 11.26 (Infrastructure Contributions for Stormwater Infrastructure) 2009
S4-14
Table 4.12
Stormwater Infrastructure Catchment L - Duckholes & Lamerough
Infrastruct
ure
number
Description
Measure
Quantity
EXL
Existing Trunk Infrastructure
Future Infrastructure
SWF80
Channel Works to Protect
Industrial Estate
SWF81
Culvert Upgrade - Latcham
Dr
Land cost
($)
-
40,949,375
Allocation
to charge
rates (%)
100%
Total cost
($)
40,949,375
Year
Demand
imperv.
area (Ha)
Charge rates
($/Imperv
ha)
Existing
692.4
59,140
0
-
472,290
73%
342,558
2008
692.4
495
Upgrade
3/1800*9
00 RCBC
-
305,606
49%
150,450
2008
692.4
217
Upgrade
3/2100*1
200 SLBC
-
343,875
0%
-
2008
692.4
76
Upgrade
3/2100*1
500 RCBC
-
516,111
53%
275,717
2008
692.4
398
Culvert Upgrade - Deefa St
Channel Works to Protect
Koala Court
Upgrade
3/2400*1
500 SLBC
-
124,834
100%
124,834
2008
692.4
180
Volume
1,800
-
192,000
100%
192,000
2008
692.4
277
Volume
34,320
-
1,544,400
100%
1,544,400
2008
692.4
2,230
Volume
11,880
-
568,230
100%
568,230
2008
692.4
821
SWF89
Detention Basin Mark Rd
Channel Works to Protect
Mark Rd
Channel Works Upstream
Latcham Drive
Volume
8,200
-
432,600
53%
230,285
2008
692.4
333
SWF269
Wetland H
Area (m2)
5,000
491,563
570,525
100%
1,062,088
2008
692.4
1,534
SWF270
Subsurface Wetland I
Area (m2)
3,000
294,938
157,500
100%
452,438
2008
692.4
653
SWF271
Wetland K
Area (m2)
3,000
393,250
342,315
100%
735,565
2008
692.4
1,062
SWF272
Wetland L
Area (m2)
20,000
1,966,250
2,282,100
100%
4,248,350
2022
692.4
6,136
SWF273
Subsurface wetland La
Area (m2)
3,000
294,938
157,500
100%
452,438
2022
692.4
653
SWF274
Wetland O
Area (m2)
4,000
294,938
456,420
100%
751,358
2022
692.4
1,085
SWF275
Wetland S
Area (m2)
9,000
884,813
1,026,945
100%
1,911,758
2008
692.4
2,761
SWF276
Subsurface wetland Sa
Area (m2)
2,000
196,625
105,000
100%
301,625
2008
692.4
436
SWF277
Wetland DC
Area (m2)
11,000
1,081,438
1,255,155
100%
2,336,593
2008
692.4
3,375
SWF82
SWF83
SWF84
SWF86
SWF87
SWF88
Culvert Upgrade - Helen St
Culvert Upgrade - Daniel St
Volume
Construction
cost ($)
Total Charge Rate for Catchment L ($/Imperv ha)
Amended – October 2009
81,786
Caloundra City Plan 2004
Planning Scheme Policy No. 11.26 (Infrastructure Contributions for Stormwater Infrastructure) 2009
S4-15
Table 4.13
Infrastructure
number
EXM
Future
Infrastructure
Stormwater Infrastructure Catchment M - Kings Beach
Description
Measure
Quantity
Existing Trunk Infrastructure
Land
cost
($)
-
Construction
cost ($)
5,418,535
Allocation
to charge
rates (%)
Total
cost ($)
Year
100%
5,418,535
Existing
Demand
imperv.
area
(Ha)
39.1
Charge
rates
($/Imperv
ha)
138,502
-
SWF90
Network 2 - Pipe Upgrade
SWF91
Network 3 - Pipe Upgrade
SWF92
Network 4 - Pipe Upgrade
SWF93
Network 5 - Pipe Upgrade
Length
(m)
Length
(m)
Length
(m)
Length
(m)
SWF278
Stormwater Quality
Improvement Device
Catchment
IA (ha)
SWF279
Stormwater Quality
Improvement Device
Catchment
IA (ha)
SWF280
Stormwater Quality
Improvement Device
275.00
-
208,638
100%
208,638
2008
39.1
5,333
515.00
-
680,899
100%
680,899
2008
39.1
17,404
150.00
-
119,257
100%
119,257
2008
39.1
3,048
610.00
-
769,381
100%
769,381
2008
39.1
19,666
2.94
-
106,506
100%
106,506
2008
39.1
2,722
3.88
-
140,626
100%
140,626
2008
39.1
3,595
Catchment
IA (ha)
5.73
-
207,520
100%
207,520
2008
39.1
5,304
SWF281
Stormwater Quality
Improvement Device
Catchment
IA (ha)
6.84
-
247,950
100%
247,950
2008
39.1
6,338
SWF282
Stormwater Quality
Improvement Device
Catchment
IA (ha)
10.85
-
393,003
100%
393,003
2008
39.1
10,045
SWF283
Stormwater Quality
Improvement Device
Catchment
IA (ha)
8.88
-
321,610
100%
321,610
2008
39.1
8,221
Total Charge Rate for Catchment M
($/Imperv ha)
Amended – October 2009
220,178
Caloundra City Plan 2004
Planning Scheme Policy No. 11.26 (Infrastructure Contributions for Stormwater Infrastructure)
2009
S5-1
SCHEDULE 5
LAND VALUES
Table 5.1 – Land values
Column 1
Column 2
Column 3
Column 4
Column 5
Planning area
Serviced
residential
land value –
Brownfield
$/m2
Greenfield
$/m2
Under Q100
$/m2
Easements
over natural
watercourses
$/m2
Central Caloundra
700
175
7
5.25
Kawana Waters
500
125
7
5.25
Caloundra South
325
81.25
7
5.25
Caloundra West
300
75
7
5.25
Caloundra Eastern
Beaches
550
137.5
7
5.25
Beerwah Township
175
35
3.5
2.63
Maleny Township and
Maleny Plateau
175
35
3.5
2.63
Landsborough Township
175
35
3.5
2.63
Mooloolah Township
and Mooloolah Valley
175
35
3.5
2.63
Glass House Mountains
Township
100
20
3
2.25
Amended – October 2009
Caloundra City Plan 2004
Planning Scheme Policy No. 11.26 (Infrastructure Contributions for Stormwater Infrastructure)
2009
S6-1
SCHEDULE 6
STORMWATER INFRASTRUCTURE MAPS
MAP SWFUI – Future Stormwater Index
MAP SWFU1 – Maleny Catchments Future Stormwater
MAP SWFU2 – Mooloolah Catchments Future Stormwater
MAP SWFU3 – Landsborough Catchments Future Stormwater
MAP SWFU4 – Beerwah Catchments Future Stormwater
MAP SWFU5 – Glass House Mountains Catchments Future Stormwater
MAP SWFU6 – Caloundra Central and Eastern Beaches Catchments Future
Stormwater
MAP SWFU7 – Caloundra West Catchments Future Stormwater
MAP SWFU8 – Caloundra South Catchments Future Stormwater
Amended – October 2009
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