UDIA State of the Land 2023

As he launched the UDIA State of the Land report 2023 at the UDIA National Congress, UDIA National President, Max Shifman said State of the Land serves as the ‘canary in the coalmine’ for Governments to act now to bring new housing supply online, and ensure affordability does not degrade even further,” said Maxwell Shifman, UDIA National President.  “For context, we are forecasting dwelling completions to retract sharply and head towards being 50,000 below the 200,000 annual average needed to meet the Federal Government’s plan for one million homes under the National Housing Accord.

UDIA National’s advocacy is keenly focussed on measures that boost supply pipelines across the entire housing spectrum, preparing for the population growth that is necessary for economic recovery, and clearing away the inefficient barriers to dwelling delivery.

“It is the responsibility of all levels of Government to ensure our industry can continue to deliver homes for all Australians and we look forward to continuing our work on the critical issues facing the Australian development industry,” said Maxwell Shifman.

We thank Research4 and CoreLogic who serve as our research partners. Their comprehensive evidence- led work together with UDIA’s on the ground knowledge of the development markets,  is the hallmark of this report.

We are especially grateful for nbn‘s on-going support for UDIA and particularly as the State of the Land 2023 Report Major Sponsor.

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