Brisbane to do the heavy lifting of new homes in SEQ

Brisbane is expected to provide almost a quarter of the new housing needed to support population growth in south-east Queensland, according to the region’s new planning blueprint.

The draft South East Queensland Regional Plan, being released on Wednesday, reveals 900,000 new homes, units and townhouses will be needed to accommodate another 2.2 million people by 2046.

A total of 900,000 new dwellings will be needed in south-east Queensland to accommodate an extra 2.2 million people by 2046.

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