News & Updates

Mr Brett Bassett has been appointed Commissioner of the QBCC

Mr Bassett,  who has most recently worked as Queensland Regional Commissioner for the Australian Securities and Investment Commission, will start work with the Commission on 30 May. The appointment was announced by Queensland’s Minister for Housing and Public Works, Mick de Brenni

Posted 13.Apr.2016

Public Warning – Mr Zac Mar / MR Lifestyle Constructions Pty Ltd / TS Home Services Pty Ltd

We urge consumers, contractors and suppliers to exercise extreme caution in their dealings with Mr Zac Mar, MR Lifestyle Constructions Pty Ltd and TS Home Services Pty Ltd.

Posted 13.Apr.2016

Commission targets unlicensed building work on Coast

Targetted compliance audits on Gold Coast building sites during the past two months have uncovered 26 people engaging in illegal building activity.

Posted 29.Mar.2016

$200,000 in fines for Ipswich shed masterminds

More than $200,000 in fines have been handed down for unlicensed building activity  in a big win for vulnerable home owners in the Ipswich, Beenleigh and Brisbane areas.

Posted 11.Mar.2016

myQBCC online portal launched

Submit feedback, ask a question and update your details by creating a myQBCC account

Posted 07.Mar.2016

Online services unavailable Sunday morning

Due to system maintenance, all our online services will be unavailable from 9.00am to 10.00am on Sunday 13 March. 

Posted 26.Feb.2016

Collaborative national approach to improving building safety standards

Building ministers have established a national response to restricting the use of non-conforming building products

Posted 26.Feb.2016

Building Ministers must act on non-conforming products

Minister for Housing and Public Works Mick de Brenni will join interstate colleagues to discuss strategies to address the issue of non-conforming building products.

Posted 18.Feb.2016

New adjudication qualification course starts April 2016

A three day course will be delivered by Contract Administration Group Pty Ltd.

Posted 05.Feb.2016

$65,000 in fines for unlicensed building work

QBCC takes action when 17 unlicensed workers were discovered on a construction site at Brisbane’s Woody Point earlier this year.

Posted 07.Dec.2015


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