From 10 November 2014, the Plumbing Industry Council will disband and the plumbing licensing, compliance and disciplinary functions will be moved over to the Queensland Building and Construction Commission (QBCC).
With the changing role of the department, fact sheets will be managed by the QBCC.
This transfer aims to reduce costs and improve regulation efficiency for the plumbing and drainage industry.
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