City Plan 2014 — Potential and actual acid sulfate soils

Brisbane City Plan 2014 is Brisbane City Council's plan for the future development of Brisbane. Brisbane City Plan 2014 is regularly updated with new or amended information. To stay informed about City Plan 2014 and to receive regular updates including proposed amendments, you can register your interest ( CPAdmin@brisbane.qld.gov.au).

This feature class is shown on the Potential and actual acid sulfate soils overlay map (map reference: OM-016.1).

This feature class includes the following sub-categories:

(a) Potential and actual acid sulfate soils sub-category;

(b) Land at or below 5m AHD sub-category;

(c) Land above 5m AHD and below 20m AHD sub-category.

For information about the overlay and how it is applied, please refer to the Brisbane City Plan 2014 document.

This dataset utilises Brisbane City Council's Open Spatial Data website to provide additional features for viewing and downloading the data.

The first resource is in HTML format. The GO TO button will launch our Open Spatial Data website and this will let you preview the data and enable additional download options. The resources labelled GeoJSON, KML and SHP will give you a download of the entire dataset. The ESRI REST resource connects to metadata for the layer while the CSV resource will download attribute data in a table. For more information on the new features and other tips and tricks please read our Blog.

Data and Resources

City Plan 2014 — Potential and actual acid sulfate soils — ArcGIS Hub Dataset

HTML format

City Plan 2014 — Potential and actual acid sulfate soils — Esri Rest API

Esri REST format

City Plan 2014 — Potential and actual acid sulfate soils — GeoJSON

GeoJSON format

City Plan 2014 — Potential and actual acid sulfate soils — CSV

CSV format

City Plan 2014 — Potential and actual acid sulfate soils — KML

KML format

City Plan 2014 — Potential and actual acid sulfate soils — Shapefile

SHP format

Additional information

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Date Published 2020-02-11
License Other (Open)
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City Plan 2014 — Potential and actual acid sulfate soils

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