Department of Environment and Resource Management (Qld)

The Queensland Department of Environment and Resource Management (DERM) is responsible for:

  • water - securing the quality and supply of water
  • climate change - preparing for the impacts of climate change
  • land - managing land and vegetation (including land titling and administration of native title)
  • environmental services - building resilience in natural landscapes and conserving our natural and cultural heritage.

The Land & Vegetation Management & Use Section is responsible for advising Councils when land parcels are dedicated as reserves for which the Council is a trustee.


Related Pages

  1. Office of the Water Supply Regulator

External Links & References

  1. DERM website
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