The Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) is the development industry’s most broadly representative industry association, with more than 4,500 member companies spanning top tier global enterprises and consultants, to local governments and small-scale developers.

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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

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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2021-22 Federal Pre-Budget Submission

2021-22 Federal Pre-Budget Submission

UDIA National has lodged its 2021/22 pre-budget submission with the Commonwealth Government. This important submission focuses on three core themes: Continue making new residential construction a public policy priority due to the...

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Member Survey Results in Support of UDIA’s HomeBuilder 2.0 Submission

Member Survey Results in Support of UDIA’s HomeBuilder 2.0 Submission

UDIA National has today unveiled a new industry survey designed to support an extension and re-design of HomeBuilder given the extended economic downturn facing Australia as a result of COVID-19....

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LATEST MEDIA RELEASES

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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Stamp Duty Damages Housing Affordability

Stamp Duty Damages Housing Affordability

A new report rightly that identifies stamp duty as an inefficient tax that damages housing markets should serve as a wake-up call to state governments, according to the Urban Development...

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Post-Pandemic Population Plan Crucial to Prosperity

Post-Pandemic Population Plan Crucial to Prosperity

The 2021 Intergenerational Report makes clear Australia’s short and long-term prosperity depends on a robust plan to restore rates of immigration and population growth needed to sustain economic growth. The...

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