Planned System Outage

Due to scheduled system maintenance activity, residents may not be able to view Development Application documents or make submissions on Development Applications.

This system maintenance activity is scheduled to occur on

  • Friday 25 September 2020 from 5:30 pm until Saturday 26 September at 6:30pm and
  • Sunday 27 September 2020 from 3:30 pm until 6:30pm

If you would like to make a submission on a development application please try again at a time outside of the above identified scheduled system maintenance times. If the submission making period is due to expire, please email your submission to Dalodgement@brisbane.qld.gov.au. Please ensure your email clearly identifies the development application to which the submission relates (with Council reference number and street address), and include the name and address of each person who is making the submission. Be sure to attach any supporting documentation.

Council apologises for any inconvenience this may cause you.

Welcome to Development.iWelcome to Development.i

  • What is Development.i?

    Development.i provides access to past and current application details and basic property information for the Brisbane City Council Local Government area so it is easy to

    • stay informed about what is happening in your area​
    • gather information to help prepare applications​
    • make a submission or comment on an application.
  • Features

    • Flexible search options using
      • An Address, suburb or ward.
      • Application number.
      • Or search via a map.
    • Visualise results on a map, see site specific information, and register to save your search and receive notifications of changes to an application.
    • Adjust filters to narrow your search results.
    • Save searches, properties and applications and set preferences to be automatically notified of new applications in an area or on and around a property or changes to specific applications of interest.
    • Access application information and documentation.
    • Save and share links to specific development applications.
    • Available on desktop and mobile devices.
  • There are a number of State Government declared Priority Development Areas within Brisbane. The Department of State Development, Tourism and Innovation maintains a register independent of Brisbane City Council's register of current and decided Development Applications within the Priority Development Areas. For more information about Priority Development Areas or Development Applications within these areas, visit Economic Development Queensland for more details.