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    Declaration of the township of Grantham as a reconstruction area
    The purpose of the Queensland Reconstruction Authority Regulation 2011 is to declare the Grantham area a reconstruction area to facilitate effective and timely rebuilding following severe damage to the region in January’s extreme weather events. As a result of the devastating flash flooding in Toowoomba and the Lockyer Valley, and then the flooding in Brisbane and Ipswich in January 2011, the Qu

    Operation Queenslander Implementation Plan 2011-13
    On 23 March 2011, the Premier and Minister for Reconstruction released Operation Queenslander – The State Plan, which sets out the Queensland Reconstruction Authority’s strategic road map to guide the ongoing reconstruction work necessary through all stages of the State’s recovery. The Implementation Plan sits below the overarching State Plan, and provides the ‘how’ to the massive task of rebuildi

    Queensland Reconstruction Authority Bill 2011
    Queensland experienced significant and widespread flooding over large areas of the State during December 2010 and January 2011, culminating in approximately 70% of the State being subject to disaster area declarations affecting 60% of Queensland’s population. Tropical Cyclone Yasi crossed the Queensland coast as a category 5 severe tropical cyclone on 2 February 2011 and moved inland on 3 Februar

    Disaster Readiness Update - November 2011
    On 17 January 2011, the Queensland Floods Commission of Inquiry was established to examine Queensland’s flooding disaster of 2010-11. On 1 August 2011, the Commission released the Queensland Floods Commission of Inquiry Interim Report (the Interim Report). The Interim Report made 175 recommendations, of which 105 apply to the Queensland Government, 60 apply to local government and six apply to the

    Appointments to Qld Reconstruction Board
    The Queensland Reconstruction Board is established under section 28 of the Queensland Reconstruction Authority Act 2011. As set out in section 29 of the Act, the functions of the Board are as follows. to set the strategic priorities for the Queensland Reconstruction Authority; to make recommendations to the Minister responsible for the Act about: priorities for community infrastructure, other p

    Qld Reconstruction Authority Bill 2013
    In January 2013, ex-Tropical Cyclone Oswald and an associated monsoon trough passed over parts of Queensland and New South Wales over a number of days, causing widespread impact including severe storms, flooding, and tornadoes. Following these disasters, the recovery and reconstruction of affected communities is an immediate priority. However, there will also be a strong focus on building Queensla

    Appointments Queensland Reconstruction Authority Board
    The Queensland Reconstruction Board is established under section 28 of the Queensland Reconstruction Authority Act 2011. As set out in section 29 of the Act, the functions of the Board are as follows: to set the strategic priorities for the Queensland Reconstruction Authority to make recommendations to the Minister responsible for the Act about priorities for community infrastructure, other proper

    Local Government and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2015
    The Local Government and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2015 proposes amendments to the Local Government Electoral Act 2011 and the Queensland Reconstruction Authority Act 2011. To ensure local government elections are run to the same high standards of independence and efficiency as state and federal elections, the Bill amends the Local Government Electoral Act 2011 to ensure a local government

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    12 May, 2016

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