Declared in 2008, the 15.6-hectare Queensland Children's Hospital State Development Area (SDA) was established to facilitate the delivery of a hospital and associated infrastructure.
Adjacent to Brisbane's existing Mater Children's Hospital, the area includes development of the Lady Cilento Children's hospital, the Centre for Children's Health and Research, associated infrastructure and an education precinct (to be used by Somerville House and St Laurence's College).
- Regulation map ( 635 KB) - shows the boundary of the declared Queensland Children's Hospital SDA.
- Precincts map ( 496 KB) - identifies those parts of the SDA considered broadly suitable for various types of infrastructure development. The map forms part of the development scheme.
Planning and development in the Queensland Children's Hospital SDA is controlled by a development scheme.
The development scheme was approved by the Governor in Council in June 2008.
Public consultation policy
The development scheme for the Queensland Children's Hospital SDA is supported by a Public consultation policy ( 98 KB) that provides information on matters the Coordinator-General may consider when determining whether public consultation of an SDA application is required.
Applications and requests
There are a number of applications and requests relating to development within the Queensland Children's Hospital SDA that require approval by the Coordinator-General.