- Premier has introduced Olympics legislation into State Parliament today
- Nominations will be made from all three levels of government
- Directors appointed for initial four years, with option for re-appointment
Today the Government has introduced the Brisbane Olympic and Paralympic Games Arrangements Bill 2021 into the Queensland State Parliament.
This bill will provide the framework for the establishment of the Brisbane Organising Committee for the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
It is anticipated that the composition of the board will be made up of nominations from across three levels of government, with directors appointed for an initial four year term. There will be an option for re-appointment should the directors still meet the criteria outlined in the proposed legislation.
While the legislation has been introduced today, it is expected to be debated over coming weeks during the next parliamentary sitting weeks.
The Property Council of Australia is excited about this next step towards the 2032 Brisbane Olympic and Paralympic Games and continuing its collaboration with all levels of government.
We will keep members informed about further developments relevant to the Property industry and appointments to the Brisbane Organising Committee as they are announced.
In the meantime, please do not hesitate to contact the Queensland Advocacy Team via email.