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Stemming from the recommendations of the Queensland Building and Construction Commission (QBCC) Governance Review 2022, the advisory body is being formed to provide a voice on matters which impact the building and construction sector.

QBCC Commissioner Anissa Levy is encouraging all applicants to take advantage of this exclusive opportunity.

“This is an exciting chance for industry experts and those who represent consumer groups to have their voices heard, to use their expertise on current issues, emerging risks and trends related to our industry,” Ms Levy says.

“The purpose of the Committee is to provide observations, strategic advice, and guidance to the QBC Board in relation to matters affecting the building and construction industry to achieve a reasonable balance between the interests of building industry practitioners and consumers.

“We look forward to working with experts who are on the front line, to hear their views on matters relevant to the building and construction sector.”

The QBCC is seeking a wide range of representatives from the sector for the Committee, including licensees, industry bodies, designers, consumers, industry unions and local government.


The creation of the Industry Advisory Committee is a recommendation of the QBCC Governance Review 2022 (action 3.4) to establish an advisory body to allow the QBC Board to effectively engage with the building and construction sector.

Applications close 5.00pm, Tuesday 25 October 2022. For more information on how to apply visit the QBCC Website.

Last reviewed: 28 Sep 2022 Last published: 28 Sep 2022
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