Assessments and approvals
Assessments and approvals of infrastructure projects, including environmental, social and economic impacts.
Projects of economic, social and/or environmental significance to Queensland. Proponents of many of these projects are required to prepare an environmental impact statement (EIS), which is evaluated by the Coordinator-General.
Monitoring and enforcement of compliance with the Coordinator-General's conditions of approval for infrastructure projects.
The Coordinator-General may, on behalf of the proponent, compulsorily acquire the land needed for a private infrastructure facility, if agreement with the owners of the land and/or native title holders cannot be reached.
Proponents of coordinated projects are required to assess the project's social impacts.
Proponents of coordinated projects are required to assess the project's economic impacts.