2014 Master Plan
Planning for the future at Brisbane Airport
Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC) has begun work on its 2014 Brisbane Airport Master Plan.
A Master Plan is a statutory document required every five years under the Airports Act 1996. Given the dynamic nature of the airport, producing a Master Plan also provides BAC with an opportunity to plan to meet future demand and to align with its ongoing commitment to integrated planning, sustainability and high standards of stakeholder engagement.
Building on the strategies of the previous Master Plan, which was approved by the Australian Government in 2009, the 2014 Master Plan will provide a platform for BAC’s ongoing investment in and contribution to Queensland’s economy over the next 20 years.
The Master Plan will guide the roll-out of significant investment in aviation infrastructure, roads and terminals between 2014 and 2034 and will focus on achieving a balance between economic development, sound environmental management and sustainability. It will include an Airport Environment Strategy as well as a detailed Ground Transport Plan.
The 2014 Draft Master Plan will be available for the community to view and provide comment on during a 60-business-day public comment period, which is expected to occur in mid-2014.
Once the community has had the opportunity to comment on the Master Plan, it will be submitted to the Australian Government’s Department of Infrastructure and Transport for approval.
BAC is keen to connect with government, industry and the community during the preparation of the Master Plan, so if you have any questions or require further information, please contact via the email address or phone number listed below.
Phone: Major Projects Information Line 1800 737 075
If you would like to receive updates on the 2014 Master Plan, please register here