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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Coming Events


LUNCHEON
Hon Christopher Pyne MP at UDIA Major Luncheon

The countdown to the Federal Election is on.

Hear from the Federal Minister for Industry, Innovation & Science less than three weeks from election day and if successful, what his Government’s plans are for the future.

Wednesday 15 June
Adelaide Oval

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NETWORKING EVENT PLUS ULTIMATE PIE CHALLENGE

Enjoy networking drinks while hearing the latest on what's happening at Commercial & General's WEST development.  

SPECIAL EVENT - In support of the Childhood Cancer Association, UDIA wil also host The Ultimate Pie Challenge at the Networking Drinks.

Thursday 9 June
Brickworks

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SEMINAR  
New Planning laws - hear from experts about what it means for you! 

Now that the Planning Development and Infrastructure Bill has passed come along and hear about what this means for you. 

KEYNOTE ADDRESS by the Minister for Planning, Hon John Rau.

Wednesday 1 June
National Wine Centre

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