Declared Gas Pipeline Planning Corridor now available on LISTmap

The declared gas pipeline planning corridor is now available for viewing on LISTmap along with the associated gas pipeline easement and distribution pipes.

The gas pipeline planning corridor, declared under the Gas Act 2000 and the Gas Pipelines Act 2000, is a defined area around high pressure transmission and strategic gas pipelines in Tasmania. This aims to protect the integrity of the gas pipeline and provide for public safety.

The gas pipeline planning corridor extends either side of the gas pipeline, with the distance determined by an engineering and risk assessment which considers the pipeline material, pressure and size.

Local councils are required to refer development applications proposed within a declared gas pipeline planning corridor to the pipeline licensee for advice.

The gas pipeline planning corridor consists of two mapping layers – Declared Gas Pipeline Planning Corridor and Enwave Declared Gas Pipeline Planning Corridor. The mapping layers, along with the mapped pipeline easement and distribution pipes, can be viewed through the following link:

All mapping layers may be downloaded through the Land Tasmania Open Data portal. For assistance with downloading data from the portal, refer to Land Tasmania’s information sheet:

More information

For more information on the mapping layers, please contact the relevant data custodian as identified on LISTmap.

For more information on the declared gas pipeline planning corridor, refer to the Consumer, Building and Occupational Services (CBOS) brochure: