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As reported in the Courier Mail article below, the Plan suggests a “cab rank” type model whereby projects would be allocated to private certifiers by the QBCC. Submissions to the Plan close on the 28 February.
Article originally written by Charlie Peel and published in the Courier Mail, 20 February 2017.
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