Report No. 44, 57th Parliament - Land Valuation Amendment Bill 2023


The committee tabled its report on 24 November 2023.

View: Report No. 44, 57th Parliament - Land Valuation Amendment Bill 2023
View: Interim Government Response - tabled on 23 February 2024
View: Government Response - tabled on 27 March 2024
View: Explanatory speech
View: Bill 
View: Explanatory Notes 
View: Statement of compatibility 

Once the committee’s report has been tabled, the Government has three months to respond to the report’s recommendations (if any). At that time, the Government Response will be published here. 


On 23 August 2023, Hon Scott Stewart MP, Minister for Resources introduced the Land Valuation Amendment Bill 2023 into the Queensland Parliament. The Bill was referred to the Transport and Resources Committee for detailed consideration.   

The objectives of the Land Valuation Amendment Bill 2023 (the Bill) are to improve the administration and operation of the statutory land valuation framework by amending the Land Valuation Act to ensure: 

  • it is responsive to changes in the property market and operational environment and transparent in its operation;
  • valuations are consistent and defensible, and the supporting processes such as objections and appeals are effective and efficient;
  • a clear and consistent framework for determining when land is valued separately or combined based on land use and occupation.



Further information including written briefings, correspondence, response to submissions, transcripts and answers to questions taken on notice will be published under the Related Publications tab as they become available.


Submissions closed:  22 September 2023 at 4:00pm
Public briefing:  11 September 2023, 9:00am Parliament House - Program - Broadcast - Transcript
Public hearing(s):  9 October 2023, 9:50am Brisbane - Program - Broadcast - Transcript 
Report due date:  24 November 2023


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