Owners of Morningside real estate and other suburbs of Brisbane will be pleased to know the planning of the city's future is in first class hands.
The efforts of Queensland to simplify planning processes through its State Assessment and Referral Agency have been recognised for its innovative and successful work by taking out the national Improving Planning Processes and Practices award at the Planning Institute of Australia's (PIA) ceremony on March 18.
Planning projects from Queensland region took home five of the possible 14 awards, including the best planning ideas award and a received a number of commendations in various categories.
Deputy Premier and Minister for State Development, Infrastructure and Planning Jeff Seeney believes the award shows a commitment by the government to continue updating and advancing planning to improve the states, cities and towns.
"When a great place, a good development or the creation of open urban space is awarded, people in the community can see what good planning is all about," said PIA President Dylan Currie in a March 18 statement.
Those living in Bulimba real estate will benefit from Queensland's planning schemes,as they provide more efficient and effective construction of infrastructure and community projects in public spaces.