The strategic plan outlines the vision, role and objectives of the department along with the contributing strategies, values and key performance indicators.
Access our annual report, which describes how the department has invested public and industry funds to benefit Queensland's industries and communities.
Our disability service plan reflects our commitment to diversity and respect for individuals.
View our multicultural action plan to find out more about how we strive to achieve improved social and economic outcomes for people from culturally diverse backgrounds.
Regulator Performance Framework performance report
View the department's regulator performance report ( 334 KB) for 2019-2020.
Waste reduction and recycling plan
View our departmental plan for waste reduction and recycling activities and initiatives ( 648 KB). We aim to drive compliance with legislative obligations in respect to waste management.
The Infrastructure Pipeline Report presents Building Queensland’s independent, expert view of priority infrastructure proposals under development by the Queensland Government.
The report is presented in two parts. Part 1 – Infrastructure Pipeline identifies Queensland Government infrastructure proposals that are unfunded for delivery with a minimum capital cost of $50 million. These are the proposals Building Queensland recommends are further analysed, or are ready for consideration by government.
Part 2 – Funded Proposals provides information on the detailed business cases Building Queensland is leading that have funding commitments for delivery from the Queensland Government.
View the previous infrastructure pipeline reports:
Building Queensland’s responsible Minister may give written directions about the performance of our functions under section 19 of the Building Queensland Act 2015. Ministerial directions are published on our website within 28 days of receiving the direction.
- Ministerial direction in relation to Building Queensland functions – 6 January 2021
- Ministerial direction to transfer the functions and staff of Building Queensland to the Department of State Development, Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning – 26 November 2020
(Previous direction: 7 September 2020)
- Ministerial direction to publish the Cross River Rail Detailed Business Case – 13 June 2017
(Published: Cross River Rail Business Case)
Last updated: Monday, Jun 21, 2021