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IJIMT 2021 Vol.12(3): 45-51 ISSN: 2010-0248
doi: 10.18178/ijimt.2021.12.3.908

Research on Development Codes in Brisbane

Dongmei Zeng and Dongjin Qi
Abstract—Now, we are facing an important reforming period of national territory plan. If we still use the traditional development control means to solve the problem, we will not be able to face the rapidly developing world. Brisbane is the third largest city in Australia. The development codes of Brisbane originated from the development rules of the United Kingdom, but combined with the integrated development assessment system of Australia. It has formed an institutional system with performance development as the purpose, development codes as the means and multi-type permission as the result. In the form, all codes, laws, regulations and planning documents related to development are integrated into one folder. In the implementation of planning objectives, hierarchical management is adopted, and objectives are decomposed level by level to form detail control elements, so that planning objectives are closely combined with practice. In the management after approval, the "special channel" was adopted to improve the administrative efficiency. In this paper, we hope that through the analysis of its background, composition and control mechanism, we can get some enlightenment on the problems we are facing.

Index Terms—Planning permission, development, development code, Brisbane.

Dongmei Zeng and Dongjin Qi are with South China University of Technology, China (e-mail: 1149340353@qq.com, djqi@scut.edu.cn).


Cite: Dongmei Zeng and Dongjin Qi, "Research on Development Codes in Brisbane," International Journal of Innovation, Management and Technology vol. 12, no. 3, pp. 45-51, 2021.

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