Section 141A Notice for a Business to advise of the name of the responsible Architect - Queensland

Service summary

You are advised to provide this listing if your business uses the word 'architect' or 'architects' in the business name or the description of the services which you offer. You must lodge and keep current a 'Section 141A Notice' with the Board of Architects of Queensland.

A change notice must be provided to the Board within 21 days after a change in the business name, business address or telephone number, the places at which the business provides architectural services using an architect or in the architects responsible for carrying out architectural services for the business at a place.

Further information on the use and effectiveness of a section 141A Notice may be obtained from the Board's website.

Service type

Licence

A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.

Prerequisites

This requirement does not apply to sole traders.

Transferability

This approval cannot be transferred.

Fees

No fees are payable for this notice.

Application

The "Section 141A Notice" may be obtained from the website sent to the Board's head office.


Administering agency

Minister for Housing and Public Works
Board of Architects of Queensland

Act(s) name

Architects Act 2002 (Queensland)

Regulation(s) name

Architects Regulations 2003 (Queensland)

Contact details

Minister for Housing and Public Works
Board of Architects of Queensland


Operating address:
Floor 1, The Mansions, 40 George Street
BRISBANE
Queensland 4000
Mailing address:
PO Box 15343
City East
Queensland 4002

Phone:

0732244482

Fax:

0732258941
mail@boaq.qld.gov.au

Website:

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