Welcome to UDIA (SA)
The Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) is the leading representative body for the urban development industry.
The Institute was formed in 1962 to represent the interests of the private sector in close collaboration with all levels of government and other organisations with complementary agendas. The UDIA has an important national voice in development matters.
Members include major public corporations, financial institutions, small companies, professional practices and private individuals directly involved in the production, financing and marketing of urban property developments.
An informed and independent stance gives the institute considerable opportunity to lobby and influence government policy, particularly in relation to initiatives for home buyers.
The Institute is often asked to nominate industry specialists to advise State and Federal governments on development issues.
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Buy or Build? There's no better time!
There’s no better time to buy or build your brand new home with the introduction of the new Housing Construction Grant (HCG). This means anyone buying or building a brand new home can access handy $8,500 HCG.
The new HCG comes into effect as of 15 October 2012 and applies to contracts entered into before 30 June 2013 and to homes up to $400,000.
This new grant and other reforms to the existing first home owner scheme will provide an urgent boost to the state’s housing construction industry and help stimulate the property sector. Click the image for more information.
EnviroDevelopment - Living for the future today
EnviroDevelopment is a scientifically-based branding system designed to make it easier for purchasers to recognise and, thereby, select more environmentally sustainable developments and lifestyles.
Certified developments will have been carefully designed to protect the environment and use resources responsibly, whilst offering a range of benefits to homeowners, industry and government. These developments are entitled to advertise their achievements by displaying a range of EnviroDevelopment icons.
To read more about EnviroDevelopment and the process, visit www.envirodevelopment.com.au
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