The Shadow Minister for Infrastructure, Planning, Small Business, Employment and Trade, Tim Nicholls MP, will share his views on planning reform in Queensland at an Ipswich Leadership Breakfast on 6 August.
Earlier this year, Mr Nicholls introduced a series of Private Member’s Bills into Parliament, including the Planning and Development (Planning for Prosperity) Bill 2015. The purpose of the new Bill, as outlined in the Bill’s explanatory notes , is to ‘facilitate the prosperity of Queensland, pursuing ecologically sustainable development balancing economic growth, environmental protection and community wellbeing’.
This leadership breakfast is an opportunity to hear the Shadow Minister’s perspective on what these Private Member’s Bills might mean for planning reform in Queensland.
The events will also provide the opportunity to hear Mr Nicholl’s views on:
· the state Government’s planning reform direction
· priorities for Queensland infrastructure investment
· impact of the State Budget in his shadow portfolio
For more information on this event, and to book, click here.