The existing leadership structure 'has a number of issues' according to the chief executive officer.
The politician says it will be harder for individuals to campaign for election under the model which he says the state is already set on.
The works will also improve the area which is a popular destination for locals, tourists and day-trippers.
The administrator revealed several major plans would progress as he issued his strongest pleas yet amid concerns of a return to the 'populist' culture of past.
Motorists heading through a busy street struggle to miss the striking, hand-painted allegations donning a two-storey home.
It's come just in the nick of time. Ipswich administrator Greg Chemello will this morning consider a confidential report to build the Rosewood Library.
Here's the latest on each of these projects.
The blue candidate in the Labor-red stronghold of Ipswich has promised to work hard to convince voters he's the man with a plan.
The first 25 workers were made redundant last week. Another 35 are expected to go within weeks.
The QT can reveal the CEO's tour was arranged during a meeting with Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk in Berlin last week.
Hayden started in 2013 as a cadet journalist on the Fraser Coast Chronicle before relocating to Fairfax Media in Tasmania three years later. Hayden joined the Queensland Times in November 2017 as a political journalist with a focus on Ipswich City Council. He has covered two state and one federal budget.