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.
Last updated: 17 Aug 2022