In the leadup to the Queensland State election, we have asked each of the major parties about their policies in relation to changing and improving our State’s tenancy laws.
We put forward 10 questions to the parties. To date only the Greens, the LNP and the ALP have responded, with a promise to respond having been received from Katter’s Australian Party. We will be publishing their responses as we receive them, and updating the scorecard below.
|Legend||Supportive Response||Non-supportive Response||Neutral Response or Status Quo||No Response Received|
|Platform Priorities||Greens||ALP||KAP||LNP||One Nation||United Australia|
|General Policy Supportive of Renters Rights|
|Commitment to support and improve renters rights during next Qld Parliament (2020-24)|
|Support for Independent Tenancy advisory Services in Qld|
|End No Grounds Evictions|
|Make it easier for Renters to keep pets|
|Make it easier for renters to get their bonds back|
|Limit rent increases|
|Minimum standards for rental properties|
|Read what the Greens said here||Read what the ALP said here||Committed to respond|
|Read what the LNP said here||No response||No response|