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 About us

The Department of Housing and Public Works delivers a range of housing, building and procurement services.

The department consists of five major areas: Housing and Homelessness Services, Public Works and Asset Management, Building Industry and Policy, Queensland Government Procurement and Corporate Services.

 Access more information about the department including our vision and values

The following statutory bodies prepare separate annual reports that are provided to the Minister for Housing and public Works.

Board of Architects of Queensland

    The Board of Architects of Queensland is a statutory authority under the Architects Act 2002 and was first constituted in 1928. The Act provides for the registration of appropriately qualified architects.

    Information about the Board of Architects, including financial information, is available from their Annual Report 2015-16 (PDF, 1MB).

    Board of Professional Engineers of Queensland

    The Board of Professional Engineers of Queensland is a statutory authority constituted under the Professional Engineers Act 2002. The Act provides for the registration of professional engineers to practice in Queensland.

    Information about the Board of Professional Engineers, including financial information, is available from their Annual Report 2015-16 (PDF, 6MB)

    Queensland Building and Construction Commission

    The Queensland Building and Construction Commission (QBCC) formerly Building Services Authority (BSA) is a statutory authority and is part of the portfolio of the Minister for Housing and Public Works. QBCC was established under the Queensland Building and Construction Commission Act 1991 (QBCC Act) to regulate the building industry. 

    Published information is made available through the QBCC Publication scheme. Documents already released under the RTI Act to applicants, is published via the QBCC Disclosure log.

    Residential Tenancies Authority

    The Residential Tenancies Authority (RTA) is a state government statutory body that provides tenancy information, bond management, dispute resolution, investigation, policy and education services.

    RTA administers the Residential Tenancies and Rooming Accommodation Act 2008 and is responsible to the Minister for Housing and Public Works.

    Published information is made available through the RTA publication scheme. Documents already released under the RTI Act to applicants will be progressively published via the RTA disclosure log

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