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    Amendments to the Integrated Planning Act 1997
    The Queensland Heritage and Other Legislation Amendment Act 2007 (QHOLAA) has impacted on development in two ways: upon commencement of the QHOLAA on 31 March 2008, heritage places identified by local Councils became ‘local heritage places’ under the Queensland Heritage Act 1992; and the Integrated Planning Act 1997 (IPA) was also amended so that all aspects of development on a local heritage pla

    Review of Iconic Places Act 2008
    The Iconic Queensland Places Act 2008 requires the Minister to conduct a review of the operation and effectiveness of the Iconic Queensland Places Act 2008 within three years of the Iconic Queensland Places Act commencement. A review of the Iconic Queensland Places Act commenced in March 2010. The review considered the effectiveness of mechanisms and processes provided for the protection of icon

    Neighbourhood Disputes Resolution Bill
    In May 2007, the Review of the Neighbourly Relations was launched. A discussion paper and online survey were released on the Dividing Fences Act 1953. The overwhelming community response was that the current Act needs to be modernised in language and many sections clarified (e.g. pool fences, retaining walls, meaning of sufficient fence, and destruction or alteration of a fence by a neighbour).

    Stock Route Network Management Bill 2011
    The Queensland stock route network comprises approximately 2.6 million hectares of roads declared as stock routes and reserves for travelling stock. These roads and reserves also have iconic cultural heritage, recreational, environmental and biodiversity attributes. The Stock Route Network Management Bill 2011 contains reforms to the management and use of the stock route network in Queensland and

    Cape York Bioregion Management Plan
    Stakeholder feedback from the scoping paper consultation will inform the preparation of the draft Cape York Bioregion Management Plan. The development of the Cape York Bioregion Management Plan is part of the Government’s broader Cape York policy which includes initiatives to ensure Indigenous communities have a bigger say in their economic development. Community consultation in relation to a Wor

    The Appointment of a Chairperson Deputy Chairperson and ten members to the Queensland Heritage Council
    The Queensland Heritage Council (QHC) is a twelve-person statutory authority established under the Queensland Heritage Act 1992 (the Act) to help conserve Queensland’s cultural heritage. It does not deal with Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander cultural heritage. QHC provides strategic advice to the Minister about Queensland’s non-Indigenous cultural heritage and makes decisions about what plac

    Appointments to Queensland Heritage Council
    The Queensland Heritage Council (QHC) is a twelve-person statutory authority established under the Queensland Heritage Act 1992 (the Act) to help conserve Queensland’s cultural heritage. QHC provides strategic advice to the Minister about Queensland’s non-Indigenous cultural heritage and makes decisions about what places are entered in the Queensland Heritage Register. It also makes recommendatio

    Review of the Queensland Heritage Act 1992
    The Minister for Environment and Heritage Protection has initiated a review of the Queensland Heritage Act 1992 (the Heritage Act) that will put it at the forefront of innovation in state heritage legislation in Australia, while also contributing to Queensland Government’s ongoing commitment to greentape reduction. In 2013 the Minister invited the Queensland Heritage Council to provide advice abou

    Qld Heritage and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2014
    The Queensland Heritage and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2014 (the Bill) progresses important reforms to support owners and managers of heritage places; streamlines the process by which places are entered in the Queensland Heritage Register, provides flexibility and additional power to local governments in how local heritage places are identified and managed, and ensures our unique heritage is

    Appointments to Queensland Heritage Council
    The Queensland Heritage Council (QHC) is a twelve-person statutory authority established under the Queensland Heritage Act 1992 (the Act) to help conserve Queensland’s cultural heritage. It does not deal with Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander cultural heritage. The QHC provides strategic advice to the Minister about Queensland’s non-Indigenous cultural heritage and makes decisions about what pl

    Stock Route Network Management Bill 2016
    Queensland’s stock route network is made up of roads or routes declared under the Stock Route Management Act 2002 along which stock may be moved on foot; and reserves (including camping, water, pasture and trucking reserves) dedicated under the Land Act 1994 for the purpose of travelling stock. The stock route network traverses approximately 72 000 km of Queensland and is also used for other purp

    Appointment of Chairperson and members to Queensland Heritage Council
    The Queensland Heritage Council (the Council) is a 12-person statutory authority established under the Queensland Heritage Act 1992 (the Act) to help conserve Queensland’s cultural heritage for the benefit of the community and future generations. It does not deal with Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander cultural heritage. The Council provides strategic advice to the Minister for Environment and H

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    12 May, 2016

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