Holding Redlich’s head of construction and infrastructure appointed to new QLD Government panel

13 June 18 - Media Release

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Holding Redlich’s head of construction and infrastructure appointed to new QLD Government panel

Holding Redlich’s national head of construction & infrastructure, partner Troy Lewis has been appointed to a Queensland Government panel designed to evaluate the introduction of major new laws for the state’s building industry.

The four-person Queensland Building Industry Fairness Reforms Implementation and Evaluation Panel, has been established to work with the building industry and government to monitor the implementation of the Building Industry Fairness legislation.

Queensland Minister for Housing and Public Works Mick de Brenni officially announced the appointments yesterday.

Troy Lewis said he was delighted to have been appointed to the panel, the creation of which is an important next step in the implementation of the legislation.

“These laws represent a significant milestone for the Queensland building industry and it is essential they are rolled out effectively,” Mr Lewis said.

“This panel has been tasked with the important role of assessing the staged implementation of the legislation and assessing and reporting back on how it is tracking.”

Media contact: Hannah Edwards 0403 024 149

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