Skip links and keyboard navigation

    Your search for documents released in September 2011 returned 19 record/s.
    Women on Boards Strategy - Stage 2.DOC

    The Queensland Government has previously committed to increasing the numbers of women on Queensland Government boards, committees and councils. In 2006, the Government endorsed the Women on Boards Strategy, with the primary aim that, where possible, 50 per cent of new appointees to Queensland Government bodies should be women. There are compelling reasons for achieving greater gender diversity in leadership positions across Australia’s public, private and non-government sectors. National and international research has consistently highlighted the organisational benefits associated with women in leadership roles, including the financial, social and environmental business outcomes. The Office for Women has developed the Women on Boards Strategy – Stage 2. It provides evidence-based strategies to increase the numbers of board ready females and to assist government to make gender appropriate appointments. It takes a three pronged approach of: Supporting Women; Supporting Agencies and Supporting the System to on boards 2/women on boards strategy - stage 2.doc - 100 KB

    Wide Bay Burnett Regional Plan.DOC

    On 1 October 2010, the Draft Wide Bay Burnett Regional Plan and Draft Wide Bay Burnett State Planning Regulatory Provisions 2010 were released for public consultation, which closed on 24 December 2010. The statutory Wide Bay Burnett Regional Plan will be an essential mechanism for managing change, shaping and supporting the future growth of communities in the region. It provides a coordinated approach to addressing the unique challenges for planning and coordinating infrastructure, services and programs to meet current and emerging community needs. Cabinet approved the release of the Wide Bay Burnett Regional Plan and Wide Bay Burnett State Planning Regulatory Provisions 2011, including associated Regulatory Maps. Cabinet approved the commencement of the Wide Bay Burnett State Planning Regulatory Provisions 2011 on gazettal. Cabinet noted that the Deputy Premier and Attorney-General, Minister for Local Government and Special Minister of State, as Regional Planning Minister, can approve, by Government Gaz bay burnett reg plan/wide bay burnett regional plan.doc - 122 KB

    Stock Route Network Management Bill 2011.DOC

    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 is based on recommendations developed by a panel of stock route network managers and users as well as with input from members of the public. The Bill is aimed at ensuring that the stock route network continues to provide an alternative livestock transport network and that its inherent biodiversity, cultural heritage and recreation values are protected. The Bill aims to achieve this by establishing a user-pays system with a focus on ensuring all grazing uses of the stock route network are regulated, managed sustainably and charged according to the level of benefit gained. Cabinet approved that the Stock Route Net route bill/stock route network management bill 2011.doc - 104 KB

    Govt Response to Scrutiny of Legislation Committee Report No 46.DOC

    The Scrutiny of Legislation Committee (SLC) conducted a review of part 8 of the Statutory Instruments Act 1992 (SI Act). The SLC examined the practical operation and continuing effectiveness of part 8 of the SI Act which contains requirements regarding the content, notification and availability of forms made under authority conferred by legislation. The SLC’s report, Review of part 8 of the Statutory Instruments Act: Forms authorised by legislation, Report No.46, June 2011 (Report No.46), made six recommendations directed towards ensuring greater parliamentary scrutiny and public accessibility of forms made under legislation. The Government response supports Recommendations 1, 4 and 5 in full and Recommendations 2 and 3 in principle, and does not support Recommendation 6. Recommendation 6 is that the Financial Accountability Act 2009 should require government entities producing annual reports to include in each report lists of forms for public use issued during the reporting period and all current for rep 46/govt response to scrutiny of legislation committee report no 46.doc - 126 KB

    Approval of the Development Schemes for Ripley Valley, Greater Flagstone and Yarrabilba Urban Development Areas.doc

    The Urban Land Development Authority Act 2007 (ULDA Act) provides for particular parts of Queensland to be declared as Urban Development Areas (UDAs) and establishes the Urban Land Development Authority to plan, carry out, promote or coordinate and control the development of land in those areas. The three UDAs of Ripley Valley, Greater Flagstone and Yarrabilba fall under the strategic sites program. The aim of the program is to facilitate development of strategic sites requiring fast tracked planning and development outcomes to manage growth. The Development Schemes were prepared in accordance with the provisions of and are consistent with the purpose of the ULDA Act as well as the Government objectives set at the time of declaration. The Development Schemes adequately address the issues raised through consultation. Cabinet approved the Attorney-General, Minister for Local Government and Special Minister of State recommending to the Governor in Council, under the Urban Land Development Authorit valley flagstone yarrabilba/approval of the development schemes for ripley valley, greater flagstone and yarrabilba urban development areas.doc - 114 KB

    Renewable Energy Industry Development Plan.DOC

    Renewable Energy Industry Development Plan (REIDP) is a key component of the Queensland Renewable Energy Plan (QREP) and will contribute to achieving the QREP goal of attracting 20 per cent of investment in renewable energy generation driven by the national Renewable Energy Target to 2020. The REIDP initiatives will improve access to finance, drive technological innovation, develop a skilled workforce, remove regulatory barriers and provide better access to information relevant to renewable energy development in Queensland. The REIDP will prepare the industry for a carbon price and assist them to take full advantage of the funding opportunities available under the proposed national carbon package. Investment in renewable energy will be pulled forward by targeting those projects that have the potential to demonstrate a commercial business model and operate without future Government support. Examples could include commercial and industrial sector projects, off-grid applications and hybrid renewable energy energy ind plan/renewable energy industry development plan.doc - 119 KB

    Protecting Primary Production Amendment Bill 2011.doc

    The Protecting Primary Production Amendment Bill 2011 proposes a number of desirable, non-controversial, amendments to six Acts within the portfolio jurisdiction of the Minister for Agriculture, Food and Regional Economies as suitable for an omnibus or miscellaneous amendment Bill. These amendments will ensure the effective administration/operation of the respective Acts and implement the outcomes of legislative reviews and national proposed arrangements. The Acts proposed to be amended by the Bill are the: Agricultural Chemicals Distribution Control Act 1966; Agricultural Standards Act 1994; Land Protection (Pest and Stock Route Management) Act 2002; Plant Protection Act 1989; Rural and Regional Adjustment Act 1994; and Veterinary Surgeons Act 1936. Cabinet approved the introduction of the Protecting Primary Production Amendment Bill 2011 into the Legislative Assembly. Attachments Protecting Primary Production Amendment Bill 2011 Explanatory Notes Cabinet – September 2011 production bill/protecting primary production amendment bill 2011.doc - 121 KB

    One Funding System for Better Services Bill 2011.DOC

    The Queensland Government provides financial and other assistance to non-government entities and local governments for a variety of purposes and activities, including the arts, research, education, the environment, community infrastructure and facilities, and the delivery of social and human services. The One Funding System for Better Services Bill 2011 proposes a single set of laws for regulating this funding and assistance across Government. It is designed to streamline current funding laws, and provide consistent safeguards for the accountable, safe use of public funds and delivery of publicly funded products and services. The Bill will apply to all Queensland Government funding and assistance (including money, leases, land, goods and services, in-kind support) to external entities, unless specifically exempted (e.g. rebates; ex gratia payments; sponsorships; and funds to individuals to enable them to obtain, rather than deliver, products and services). Cabinet approved the introduction of the On funding system bill/one funding system for better services bill 2011.doc - 107 KB

    Northern Gold Coast Coordinated Social Infrastructure Strategy 2011-2021.DOC

    The Northern Gold Coast Coordinated Social Infrastructure Strategy 2011 - 2021 provides a framework for coordinating planning and delivery of social infrastructure across Government for the fast growing population in the northern Gold Coast corridor. It is a joint project between the Department of Local Government and Planning and the Gold Coast City Council. The project area extends from the northern boundary of the Gold Coast City Council Local Government area to Southport and Nerang. Cabinet endorsed the Northern Gold Coast Coordinated Social Infrastructure Strategy 2011 - 2021. Attachments Northern Gold Coast Coordinated Social Infrastructure Strategy 2011 – 2021. Cabinet – September 2011 Northern Gold Coast Coordinated Social Infrastructure Strategy 2011 – 2021 Attorney-General, Minister for Local Government and Special Minister of State gold coast strategy/northern gold coast coordinated social infrastructure strategy 2011-2021.doc - 102 KB

    Submission to Australian Government on Universal Service ~ Low impact facilities relating to NBN and the national payphone network.DOC

    On 7 April 2009 the Australian Government announced its intention to undertake Australia’s largest ever infrastructure project by spending $43 billion over 8 years to construct a NBN. The Australian Government has released three policy discussion papers: Universal Services Obligation (USO) legislative reform package Telecommunications Low Impact Facilities Determination 1997 Consumer safeguards for the national payphone network In response, the Queensland Government is making the following submissions: The USO submission provides Queensland positions on the scope, management, funding and governance of the newly established Telecommunications Universal Service Management Agency. The Telecommunications Low Impact Facilities Determination Submission provides policy positions on aerial cabling, connections to premises, roadside and underground cabinets and Queensland Government’s preference for underground cabling. The Consumer Safeguard submission discusses the Queensland Government’s policy preference submissions/submission to australian government on universal service ~ low impact facilities relating to nbn and the national payphone network.doc - 118 KB

    Last updated:
    6 August, 2014

      Rate this page

      1. How useful was the information on this page?
      Please remove any 'http://' first