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Queensland Building Plan – Submissions Due 15 March 2017

The Queensland Government has extended the deadline for formal written submissions on the Queensland Building Plan.

To date more than 800 people having attended the face-to-face consultation sessions so far, and more than 450 people submitting online feedback.

To ensure everyone is provided with the opportunity to provide input the deadline for written submissions has been extended until March 15..

Surveys area available on a range of topics such as building certification, licensing reforms and security of payment.

 

To register for a session or to have your say online, visit: queenslandbuildingplan.engagementhq.com

Made in Queensland Grants

The Made in Queensland Grant is all about taking the industry to the next level and supporting our manufacturers to ensure the industry remains strong and has the opportunities to grow.

Made in Queensland offers matching grants of between $50,000 and $2.5 million to Queensland-based manufacturers employing between five and 200 people.

Eligible businesses go through bench-marking that recommends what they can do to innovate and grow. They can then apply for grants from Made in Queensland to do what has been recommended.

The Made in Queensland funding will be available for two years or until the $20 million fund is expended, so manufacturers need to get in quickly.

Visit www.statedevelopment.qld.gov.au/made-in-queensland or call 13 QGOV (13 74 68) for more information.

$20 million Made in Queensland program

Queensland’s manufacturers can access grants of up to $2.5 million to make productivity-boosting improvements to their businesses.

Approximately 50 Queensland businesses have already registered to be part of the job-generating $20 million Made in Queensland program.

The program is all about taking the industry to the next level and supporting our manufacturers to make the improvements that they’ll need to thrive in the years to come.

Made in Queensland offers matching grants of between $50,000 and $2.5 million to Queensland-based manufacturers employing between five and 200 people.

Eligible businesses go through bench-marking that recommends what they can do to innovate and grow. They can then apply for grants from Made in Queensland to do what has been recommended.

Visit www.statedevelopment.qld.gov.au/made-in-queensland or call 13 QGOV (13 74 68) for more information.

Inclusive Tourism Guide

Inclusive Tourism is a guide developed to assist tourist operators cater for people with a disability, ensuring that everyone can enjoy a holiday. It aims to increase the sectors knowledge about accessibility and the legal obligations around inclusiveness.

The guide was produced in partnership between the Queensland Government, QTIC, Anti-Discrimination Commission, Queensland Disability Service Council, and the Local Government Association of Queensland.

The guide can be accessed here.

 

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