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Residential land supply - Queensland

The Queensland Government residential land supply study quantifies the amount of land, which is predominantly greenfield (undeveloped), available for future residential development. A number of constraints (characteristics) are analyzed against parcels of land to identify those that are physically suitable, potentially available under planning scheme provisions and in the case of urban residential development, intended to be serviced with reticulated water and sewerage. By comparing dwelling projections against the residential land supply, an estimate of supply can be calculated and any potential shortages identified.

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Treasury, Queensland Government, Residential land supply - Queensland, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 sourced on 18 June 2019


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