Learn more about Queensland's public registers, so you can more be a more effective public watchdog of unscrupulous or inappropriate development.
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The ability of Queenslanders to protect their communities and environment depends on their ability to obtain up to date, robust information about proposed and existing environmentally impactful activities, in a simple, inexpensive and timely manner.
Attend our Access to Information seminar to learn more about the public registers of key development documents the Department of Environment and Science and other parts of the Queensland Government are required to keep, and how those need to be improved, so that you can effectively exercise your rights to scrutinise or object to risky developments.
Senior officials from the Department of Environment and Science; the Office of the Information Commissioner and EDO Queensland will discuss what information is required to be available to you, and proposals for improvement.
When: 13 November 2018, 5:30 for 6pm start.
Where: Queensland Law Society House, 179 Ann St Brisbane
Rachael Rangihaeata - Information Commissioner, Office of the Information Commissioner Qld
Rachel Burgess-Dean - Executive Director, Regulation Support, Department of Environment and Science
Jane Dillon - Solicitor, EDO Queensland
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