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Urban Land Development Authority becomes Economic Development Queensland
On 1 February 2013, the Economic Development Act 2012 (the Act) came into effect and Economic Development Queensland (EDQ) was established to support the Queensland Government’s commitment to growing a four pillar economy.
EDQ will help drive the Government’s economic development agenda by facilitating and fast-tracking residential, urban and industrial development throughout Queensland.
EDQ replaces the Urban Land Development Authority (ULDA) and the land ownership, development roles and resources of the ULDA have been transferred to EDQ. The Residential Development Team will continue to work collaboratively with industry and builder partners to deliver master planned communities with a range of quality, smartly designed housing options.