Queensland Court of Appeal clarifies appeal period for Planning and Environment Court decisions
It’s about the land, not the owner: how local governments should categorise land for rates
Making time: extending development approvals in light of COVID-19
Queensland makes urgent amendments to planning laws in response to COVID-19
The impact of COVID-19: will the upcoming Queensland local government elections be postponed?
Clearing up confusion: new amendments to Queensland’s vegetation clearing provisions for fire management
Where next for New Acland?
When is it too late to commence proceedings to recover overdue rates?
Mining Sector Update – Australia and Papua New Guinea: Special Edition
Development and Aboriginal Cultural Heritage obligations – two recent Queensland cases offer guidance
A cautionary tale for joint venture parties – why arbitration works
'Our policy says otherwise': how should local councils categorise land for the purpose of rates?
Cracking the code: Queensland Court of Appeal provides clarity for code assessable development
QLD Planning and Environment Court refuses change of position in conditions appeal
Improving Planning Act Processes
You don’t own me: Queensland Court of Appeal confirms lessees don’t need to provide owner’s consent to development applications