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  • New planning and development portal leads the way

    31 July 2018

    Logan City Council recently launched the Logan PD Hub, replacing the Logan Interactive Mapping Tool as a next generation online service to support planning and development in the City of Logan.

  • Business Distinction Awards
    2018 Logan Business Distinction Awards

    31 July 2018

    The 2018 Logan Business Distinction Awards saw more businesses across the City recognised for their achievements and contribution to the City of Logan.

  • Development
    Logan zones in on industry

    31 July 2018

    Logan City Council will boost the number of available 'market-ready' low and medium-impact industrial land parcels to help meet continued growth.

  • LUDA 2018
    2018 Logan Urban Design Awards – Submissions Open

    31 July 2018

    Nominations are now open for the biennial 2018 Logan Urban Design Awards. 

  • Food Trails
    SEQ Food Trails provides tourism opportunities

    31 July 2018

    Great restaurants and progressive dining can draw avid foodies who think nothing of driving 50 km or so, to try something unique. 

  • Logan Village
    Logan Village Forum outcomes

    31 July 2018

    At the conclusion of the Logan Village Forum community consultation period in March 2018, a total of 335 submissions were received with 490 ideas on the future of Logan Village. Creating an attractive place to work, live and play, road upgrades and improving river access were all identified as major priorities. 

  • Economic Snapshot
    Six Month Economic Snapshot

    2 July 2018

    The City of Logan continues to show strong population and economic growth. Key information collected by Logan City Council on a six monthly basis includes population figures, economic indicators, local labour market and development activity.

  • Kingston Butter Factory
    Kingston Butter Factory to become a $12 million innovation icon and outdoor event space

    29 June 2018

    The City of Logan will turn one of the city’s oldest buildings into an icon of innovation through a $12 million transformation that will bolster entrepreneurship and provide a space for new business and investment.

  • Business Development Fund
    Business Development Fund

    29 June 2018

    The Business Development Fund focuses on the growth of innovative Queensland businesses, particularly in the emerging industries of tomorrow. It will create high value, knowledge-based and skilled jobs now and into the future.

  • Supply Chain Opportunities Available

    29 June 2018

    South-East Queensland is set to experience a tourism boom over the next six years with direct and indirect job opportunities coming from the Brisbane Airport expansion and the new Queens Wharf entertainment and lifestyle precinct.

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