The Community Hubs and Partnerships (CHaPs) program facilitates opportunities for all levels of government, as well as the private and community sectors, to collaborate and plan infrastructure to support the integration and delivery of services that benefit Queensland communities.
Using place-based approaches to infrastructure and service planning CHaPs enables more collaborative and cost-efficient uses of state resources—delivering better outcomes for communities.
Since commencing in November 2014, the program has:
- generated significant financial benefit
- tens of millions dollars in expenditure for capital investment costs avoided through cross-agency facilitation
- facilitated complex projects supporting economic growth and job creation
- identified and unlocked infrastructure and service delivery opportunities.
Projects and engagement
Community Hubs and Partnerships are facilitating a range of projects across Queensland to benefit communities.
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