Laws and other mechanisms the Coordinator-General can use to facilitate the planning and delivery of infrastructure.
The Coordinator-General may direct a local body to carry out approved works. Sometimes, the Coordinator-General can be directed to carry out approved works.
The declaration of a 'prescribed project' suspends the jurisdiction of a local body, enabling the Coordinator-General to, if necessary, take control of government processes and decisions.
A resource project proposal can be declared a 'prescribed development'. For each prescribed development the Coordinator-General prepares an infrastructure coordination plan.
The Coordinator-General may develop a program of works for any part of Queensland to be undertaken over a set period of time. These programs of works are binding on all parties concerned.
Last updated: 01 Jan 1970