East Bank Flood Resilience Program – Master Plan

Seqwater has developed a Master Plan for the East Bank Pump Station site, as part of the East Bank Flood Resilience Program (EBFRP). The development application for the Master Plan was submitted to Brisbane City Council in November 2018. A decision is expected in 2019.

Anyone can formally submit comments on a development application to support or oppose development. Council calls these comments 'submissions'. The formal submission period for the EBFRP Master Plan is yet to be scheduled. To find out more visit the Council website.

The Master Plan aims to improve flood resilience, while also celebrating the area’s rich cultural heritage and improving connectivity for the community.

Here you can find the latest news about the project, including the Master Plan, project newsletters and Frequently Asked Questions. You can also contact the project team to ask questions or find out more about the project.

Community consultation

In August and October 2018, Seqwater invited the local community to provide feedback on the draft Master Plan. Seqwater would like to thank everyone who provided feedback by emailing or calling the project team, commenting on the interactive map, or attending the community open day and information session.

About the project

The Mount Crosby Water Treatment Plants are a critical part of the SEQ Water Grid and supply about 50 per cent of South East Queensland’s drinking water including the cities of Brisbane, Ipswich and Logan. The EBFRP involves a number of improvements over five years to reduce flood risks to essential bulk water infrastructure at the historical Mount Crosby East Bank Pump Station.

Seqwater has developed a Master Plan for the East Bank Pump Station site, as part of the East Bank Flood Resilience Program (EBFRP). The development application for the Master Plan was submitted to Brisbane City Council in November 2018. A decision is expected in 2019.

Anyone can formally submit comments on a development application to support or oppose development. Council calls these comments 'submissions'. The formal submission period for the EBFRP Master Plan is yet to be scheduled. To find out more visit the Council website.

The Master Plan aims to improve flood resilience, while also celebrating the area’s rich cultural heritage and improving connectivity for the community.

Here you can find the latest news about the project, including the Master Plan, project newsletters and Frequently Asked Questions. You can also contact the project team to ask questions or find out more about the project.

Community consultation

In August and October 2018, Seqwater invited the local community to provide feedback on the draft Master Plan. Seqwater would like to thank everyone who provided feedback by emailing or calling the project team, commenting on the interactive map, or attending the community open day and information session.

About the project

The Mount Crosby Water Treatment Plants are a critical part of the SEQ Water Grid and supply about 50 per cent of South East Queensland’s drinking water including the cities of Brisbane, Ipswich and Logan. The EBFRP involves a number of improvements over five years to reduce flood risks to essential bulk water infrastructure at the historical Mount Crosby East Bank Pump Station.