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A Land Use and Infrastructure Implementation Plan for Ingleside was exhibited in late 2016.


The plan envisaged 3400 dwellings, biodiversity conservation and associated water related services and urban amenities.


The key issues raised in submissions include traffic, public transport, bushfire safety, conservation of the natural environment, density controls and acquisition of land for environmental conservation purposes.


A bushfire risk study commissioned by the Department of Planning, Industry and Environment in 2018 showed the potential of the Ingleside Precinct to be exposed to extreme to catastrophic bushfire risk, as well as concerns about the ability to evacuate the precinct safely in a bushfire event.


In response to community concerns and the findings of the Bushfire Risk Assessment, the planning package exhibited in 2016 will not be implemented. Detailed evacuation modelling is currently being undertaken which will help to inform future planning for the area.>


Documentation provided from the planning package exhibited in 2016 can be found below.


Bushfire Risk Assessment

Full document (PDF, 20.5MB)


This pdf of the full document may take some time to download.


Bushfire Risk Assessment

Bushfire Risk Assessment in parts

Ingleside growth area 

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Ingleside growth area map 835x600


Page last updated: 09/03/2020