If you missed this event, you can catch the speakers' presentations here.
If you would like help with your submission, keep an eye on the law reform page of our website for our submission template - or email us at email@example.com and ask to be notified when this is available.
Queensland's planning reforms have entered their second stage, with the release 10th September of an exposure draft of the proposed new framework. And there's still a lot of work to be done! While some nuances of the current framework have been simplified, in many ways the environment and community rights are actually worse off.
This is a crucial time to have your say!!!
If you have any questions or want to get a better understanding of the framework, come along to our free community forum to find out more.
We have a fantastic opportunity here to create positive changes in how planning is undertaken in Queensland – Let’s make sure we make the most of it! Read more...
- Revel Pointon, Law Reform Solicitor, Environmental Defenders Office Qld
- Paul McDonald, General Manager - Business Development and Innovation, SEQ Catchments
- Associate Professor Phil Heywood, Adjunct Associate Professor in Urban and Regional Planning, QUT
This EDO Qld event is kindly hosted by Griffith University on their Southbank campus - for a location map, please see here.