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Economic Development Queensland (EDQ) is the state government's commercialised business unit for residential, urban and industrial development with its primary focus to drive economic growth in Queensland through property and infrastructure partnerships.

EDQ plays a key role in streamlining and fast-tracking development throughout the state with expertise in the development and delivery of property and infrastructure-related projects.

EDQ delivers the following areas:

Residential development

Master planned communities throughout Queensland are bringing new land and housing options to the market.

 

Urban
development

Revitalising and rejuvenating sites through urban development creates new spaces for businesses to flourish (offices, retail, cafes), people to live, and communities to come together (parks and community facilities).

 

Industrial development

To foster economic growth and meet the demand for industrial property, land is available for sale or lease throughout Queensland.

 

Development projects

Development projects are delivering job creation, economic growth and improvements to communities. Projects include Queens Wharf, Integrated Resort Developments and the Mary Valley.


EDQ operates within the Economic Development Act 2012 (ED Act) and is a part of the department's Major Projects Office.