Fast-track your development in the City of Logan
With $1.5 billion worth of development approvals in 2016, the City of Logan is exceeding growth forecasts. Take advantage of Logan City Council’s services and incentives and fast-track your new development.
Speak with our business development team on 07 3412 4888 to discuss our streamlined services, infrastructure charges, and investment attraction incentives.
Investment Attraction Incentives Fund
The City of Logan Investment Attraction Incentives Fund is available to businesses to attract future investments in key strategic industries, where the nature and scale of the proposed investment will stimulate significant economic and community benefits, diversity and value-add to the wider regional economy beyond the growth of the business itself.
The Fund is a discretionary scheme which seeks to attract and support projects that will deliver the greatest benefits to the City of Logan and is specifically targeted to businesses in the following industries:
- advanced manufacturing;
- transport and logistics;
- health and medical;
- professional and business services;
- emerging and innovative industries;
- agricultural and bio-technology; and
- tourism infrastructure.
All applications for the City of Logan Investment Attraction Incentives Fund will be assessed on a case-by-case basis.
Documents and forms:
- Investment Attraction Incentive Fund Fact Sheet
- Investment Attraction Incentives Fund Guidelines and Application Requirements
- Investment Attraction Incentives Fund – Application Form
Talk to our investment attraction team on phone 07 3412 4888 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out if your project is eligible and for other opportunities.
Council has developed two infrastructure agreements designed around incentivising development in Short Term Accommodation and Hotels and large scale developments within our major centres of Beenleigh and Springwood.
Hotel and Short-Term Accommodation
Council has introduced this economic initiative to defer infrastructure charges to encourage investment and jobs and to address the lack of short-term accommodation options within the City.
New hotel accommodation developments that achieve a 3.5 to 5 star rating with Star Ratings Australia may seek to have their infrastructure charges deferred for components such has bedrooms and suites. This deferent remains in place for the life of the development, as long as this star rating is maintained.
Springwood and Beenleigh Economic Development Zones
New developments within the Centre Core precincts of Beenleigh and Springwood that meet multiple criteria may be eligible to defer up to $1 million dollars of infrastructure charges. Criteria includes mixed-use developments with a food and drink outlet plus office space.
For further information visit Logan City Council’s Infrastructure Planning and Charging page.