The Queensland Government Land Transaction Policy ( 1.2 MB) establishes a whole-of-government property ownership and management framework for land transactions (disposals, acquisitions, and leases) based on:
- openness and transparency
- streamlined decision-making, and
- best value for Queensland.
The Queensland Government Land Transaction Policy supports government departments in managing their property portfolios to achieve public benefit and to deliver best value for Queensland, including by supporting job creation, community use and economic growth opportunities.
The department's Director-General considers proposals for disposals, acquisitions and leases of property under the Land Transaction Policy.
Making a submission
Section 1.4 of the Queensland Government Land Transaction Policy outlines the process for making a submission.
Submissions should be supported by a constraints and opportunities assessment ( 171 KB) and must be endorsed by the lead agency's Chief Executive Officer (or delegate), and confirm they meet the requirements of the Land Transaction Policy.
All submissions must include the information listed in the checklist of inclusions detailed in section 1.4 of the Land Transaction Policy.
For more information, contact the department.