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ADVOCACY

Helping Australia Bounce Back – A Plan for Economic Revival

UDIA National has launched an economic revival plan to stimulate economic growth, jobs and wages by boosting housing construction following the economic effects of COVID-19.

The plan positions the industry as central to the nation’s economic prosperity and outlines a series of immediate steps for federal and state governments to take.

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LATEST NEWS

Submission to Federal Inquiry

Submission to Federal Inquiry

UDIA National has lodged its submission to a new Inquiry by the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Tax and Revenue into the critical issue of housing supply and affordability....

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NEW HOUSING PARLIAMENTARY INQUIRY

NEW HOUSING PARLIAMENTARY INQUIRY

Housing supply and affordability is about to go under the spotlight with a new Federal inquiry. A Parliamentary Committee has commissioned a new review of the tax and regulatory settings...

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2021 UDIA State of the Land launched

2021 UDIA State of the Land launched

UDIA National has today launched the 20201State of the Land report - the industry’s most crucial and comprehensive overview of new home and apartment markets across our capital cities. The...

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LATEST MEDIA RELEASES

Welcome Spotlight on Infrastructure Reform

Welcome Spotlight on Infrastructure Reform

Infrastructure Australia’s 2021 Australian Infrastructure Plan places a welcome spotlight on the need to plan for the sustainable growth and liveability of our cities and regions, according to the Urban...

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INFRASTRUCTURE CHARGES EXCESSIVE AND BURDEN HOMEBUYERS

INFRASTRUCTURE CHARGES EXCESSIVE AND BURDEN HOMEBUYERS

A new report rightly identifies that inefficient and inequitable infrastructure charges are adding tens of thousands of dollars to the cost of new housing, according to the Urban Development Institute...

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Retention of negative gearing and CGT arrangements a boost for housing

Retention of negative gearing and CGT arrangements a boost for housing

The housing and construction sector has welcomed Federal Labor’s decision to leave existing negative gearing and capital gains tax arrangements untouched.   The Urban Development Institute of Australia – the...

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