Upcoming changes to legislation within the Queensland building and construction industry will have serious implications to developers, builders, sub-contractors and suppliers, if not properly understood.
Brendan Bathersby, Partner at Garland Waddington, Maroochydore, warns that significant penalties, including jail time, could be imposed for failure to comply with the new legislation.
"Whether you are a builder, a sub-contractor or a supplier to the industry, you need to understand how the changes will impact your business," Mr Bathersby said.
Garland Waddington will be hosting a free seminar to assist industry participants to gain a greater awareness on the changes at 5:00pm on Thursday 24 April at Mooloolaba Bowls Club.
Please RSVP before Monday 21 May to Sarah Chaplin at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 5443 4866.
To find out more about the legislation and its impacts, contact Brendan Bathersby on (07) 5443 4866 or email email@example.com
IN SUMMARY: FREE SEMINAR FOR BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY
Gain greater awareness on security of payment reforms
Free Seminar for Building and Construction Industry
5pm (drinks and nibbles provided)
Thursday 24 May, 2018
Mooloolaba Bowls Club
RSVP: Monday 21 May to Sarah Chaplin via firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 5443 4866
14 May 2018 | Security of payment reforms have serious implications for building and construction industry
Mooloolaba Bowls Club, Maroochydore
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