The inquiry will focus on opportunities presented by waste materials, including energy production, innovative recycling approaches and export opportunities, and will also consider current impediments to innovation. Due Friday, 17 January 2020.
The draft disposal authorisation and guideline will apply to ALL Queensland Public Authorities. Originally developed by State Archives to address issues of child wellbeing, it has been expanded to cover all vulnerable persons. Due 6 December 2019.
The passing of this Bill will ensure packaging is truly recycled, putting the onus back on those who design and generate products, including shifting the cost of managing these materials at end-of-life to them from local government. Feedback required by Friday, 8 November 2019.
These updates have been prepared after considering feedback received and learnings gained since the current version was published. The documents will be finalised for publication after considering comments received by Tuesday 22 October 2019.
The Department of Justice and the Attorney General (DJAG) is seeking comment on the Government's interim response to the independent evaluation of the Tackling Alcohol-Fuelled Violence Policy (TAFV Policy).
The LGAQ will be preparing a submission to the Inquiry on Migration in Regional Australia. The Inquiry will give particular consideration to how communities and settlement services can best assist migrants to gain successful employment outcomes. Comments requested by 13 September, 2019.
The consultation paper proposes that a range of components from the new Model Code be made mandatory for all new residential developments in Queensland. Please provide your thoughts on this before COB Monday 26 August 2019.
The Commonwealth's Cities Division is seeking feedback on the challenges and opportunities to support smart cities, regions and towns across Australia. Local government individuals with an interest and experience in smart technologies and cities are encouraged to have their say. Closes 5pm Friday, 26 July 2019