News & Updates

First female CEO and Commissioner appointed

Highly credentialled public and private sector leader Ms Anissa Levy has been appointed as CEO and Commissioner of the Queensland Building and Construction Commission (QBCC).

Posted 21.Jan.2022

myQBCC unavailable Thursday evening

Due to some planned system updates, myQBCC and the Online Licence Search will be unavailable from 7.00pm to 11.00pm on Thursday 20 January 2022. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause. 

Posted 19.Jan.2022

Free post-flood building advice

Fraser Coast and Gympie residents seeking help and information about flood-related home repairs and rebuilding have been urged to contact the QBCC.

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Posted 14.Jan.2022

Fraser Coast floods

We have a range of online resources that may help you if you have been affected.

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Posted 11.Jan.2022

Update: Building contract with Privium Pty Ltd

ASIC records report that Privium has gone into liquidation effective Wednesday, 22 December 2021. Subsequently the QBCC cancelled Privium’s licence effective Thursday, 23 December 2021. 

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Posted 23.Dec.2021

Prepare building sites ahead of summer break

Don't risk an unsecure building site this summer.

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Posted 21.Dec.2021

What to do if you have a contract with Privium Pty Ltd

On 17 November 2021, Privium Pty Ltd, t/as Impact Homes (Privium), QBCC licence number 712753, entered into voluntary administration. 

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Posted 26.Nov.2021

Public warning—unlicensed building work in the Cairns region

The QBCC is urging consumers, contractors and suppliers to be cautious in their dealings with Mr Mark Ian Crellin, the business “Full Boar Building”, ABN: “12 830 848 118” and/or the alias “Mark Murray”.

Posted 23.Nov.2021

Interstate tradies build on Sunshine State numbers

Tradies have flocked to the Sunshine State over the past 18 months, with the QBCC experiencing its biggest jump in licensee numbers in more than five years.

Posted 11.Oct.2021

Contractor demerit points increased 15 per cent

Contractors issued with demerit points for breaches of legislation increased in 2020/21, with Queensland’s building industry watchdog issuing demerit points to almost 600 contractors.

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Posted 31.Aug.2021


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