Lodge an innovative Better Brisbane Proposal (market led proposal)
Do you have a proposal that solves a problem, addresses an opportunity for Brisbane, or could enhance Brisbane City Council's services? Does your proposal represent value for money and contribute to Brisbane Vision 2031? If so, your Better Brisbane Proposal (market led proposal) could be something we are looking for. Recognising that a good idea shouldn't have to wait for a tender, the Better Brisbane Proposals initiative ensures Council remains agile, responsive and always open for business.
Whether you're a resident, entrepreneur, business, not-for-profit organisation or academic, Council is open to collaborating on proposals that will help make Brisbane better.
About Better Brisbane Proposals (market led proposals)
Council is committed to building our local economy while creating new and innovative jobs. Council works with hundreds of small, medium and large suppliers to help deliver goods and services to residents.
The Better Brisbane Proposal (market led proposal) initiative was established to assist Council solve problems or address opportunities to enhance services for Brisbane. Unlike traditional procurement processes, Better Brisbane Proposals enables the best solutions to be co-created, with an agile and collaborative approach, to help make Brisbane better.
Better Brisbane Proposals submitted to Council should represent value for money and contribute to Brisbane Vision 2031.
Is your proposal worth submitting?
Not all proposals are right for Council. Before getting started, read the guide to Better Brisbane Proposals (market led proposals), to help you assess the suitability of your proposal and gain an understanding of the process:
- A guide to Better Brisbane Proposals (market led proposals) (PDF - 193kb)
- A guide to Better Brisbane Proposals (market led proposals) (Word - 186kb)
For further assistance, phone Council on 07 3403 8888 for a confidential discussion or email Council. We can help guide you to decide if your proposal is worth further consideration. Depending on your proposal, this may include a meeting with Council officers to discuss the key attributes, benefits, requirements and assumptions underlying your proposal.
This conversation and meeting are not compulsory but will assist you to develop your proposal. It will also help to identify the relevant business units in Council so that we can effectively evaluate your proposal.
Council's Procurement Policy and Plan and tender opportunities outline proposed tenders for the coming year. This information may help you develop your proposal such that it demonstrates value for Brisbane.
Submit a proposal
Submit your proposal via the Online Submission Form.