The Palaszczuk Government has launched the Queensland Building Plan, which proposes a range of reforms to the building and construction industry. Reforms to licensing, plumbing and draining, the Home Warranty Scheme and important reforms that aim to see all subbies paid in full, on time, everytime.
Come along to Fitzys Loganholme on Thursday February 23 between 3pm - 8pm to discuss these topics and many more.
The day is broken up into various topics through the afternoon, so feel free to come to as many as you like. Details of the topics are below (please note these are subject to slight change).
3.00pm: Working with government - tips and tricks to help win building and construction work
3.30pm: Plumbing and Drainage Act reform - streamlining processes and protecting public safety
4.15pm: Licensing reform - simplifying and modernising the approach to licensing
5.15pm: Security of Payment and Project Bank Accounts - helping to ensure payment in full, on time, every time
3.00pm: Liveable housing - increasing the uptake of design features to make homes more accessible and liveable for people with disability or with mobility issues
3.30pm: Inclusive communities - helping make our communities more inclusive for people with profound disabilities
4.00pm: Queensland Housing Code and Reconfiguring a Lot - applying consistent assessment rules across Queensland
5.00pm: Sustainable buildings - improving the sustainability performance of our homes and buildings
6.00pm: Home Warranty Scheme - improving the Scheme and insurance cover for residential construction work