THE URBAN DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA (UDIA) is Australia’s peak representative body for all segments of the urban development industry.

UDIA National Policy Agenda 

The UDIA National Policy Agenda outlines UDIA’s overarching policy solutions to Australia’s growing housing problems, examining the barriers to supplying new homes, and outlining what governments at all levels must do to create long lasting solutions.

The UDIA National Policy Priorities 2019 "Building a Better Australia" encompasses the key issues of relevance to our industry as we head towards a likely May 2019 Federal Election. These key issues can be viewed in this document.

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UDIA National Priority Policies (June 2019)

The UDIA National Priority Policies for the New Government encompasses the key issues of relevance to our industry following the recent Federal Election. The six key issues set out by the document call on the Federal Government to:

1. Get population settings right

2. Introduce an Infrastructure Accord

3. Deliver Urban Infrastructure

4. Boost Housing Supply and Diversity

5. Reform Taxes Imposed on New Housing

6. Streamline Environmental Planning Practices

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UDIA National Policy Priorities for 2020

UDIA National applauds the Federal Government’s endeavours to boost confidence in housing markets. Comfort around the policy settings for negative gearing and capital gains tax, a new initiative to help close the deposit gap for first homebuyers, and the commencement of efforts to ease access to housing credit are positive steps. However, we do view the opportunity for further momentum as both urgent and attainable. Initiatives that cement and extend existing policy goals are promoted in the National Policy Priorities for 2020.

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