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URBAN DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA 
Victorian Division

 

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About The Urban Development Institute


The Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) exists to support the urban development industry, which includes all organisations involved in creating homes for our current and future communities. It is a nationwide not-for-profit membership organisation, spearheaded by six state/territory divisions that advocate for meaningful housing policy reform in their relevant jurisdiction.
 
The Victorian division has over 320 member companies. Our purpose is to represent the views, wants and needs of these organisations and of their customers who are everyday Victorian housing owners, aspiring homebuyers, renters and our most vulnerable residents including those eligible for social and affordable housing.

A primary aspect of our role is to educate and engage government and the urban development sector on all issues affecting new residential property, particularly pertaining to affordability and liveability.

 

Through our policy and advocacy activities, we advise and collaborate with policy-makers on how to tackle urban planning and housing issues. While government officials often bring a high degree of theoretical expertise to the policy-making process, UDIA Victoria offers insight from the industry working on-the-ground to deliver housing across the state. This enables UDIA Victoria to bring practical solutions to the table that translate into tangible and positive outcomes for current and future communities.

Through our diverse range of events, we disseminate timely information, create connection among industry, and celebrate  excellence; helping us to inform and encourage best practice across the urban development sector. 

 

 

IS YOUR DEVELOPER A UDIA MEMBER? CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT

 

 

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UDIA Residential Development Index (RDI)

 
 
The UDIA RDI measures the health of Victoria’s residential development industry and is updated bi-annually.

The RDI examines the dynamics impacting the industry, including economic conditions, population growth, development activity, trend data, regulatory changes and policy implications. These industry activity fundamentals inform the RDI, which determines whether the industry is operating in a strong, moderate or weak market, relative to recent and long history. 
In 2016-17 the construction of new dwellings made a contribution to the Victorian economy of more than $20 billion.

This contribution is expected to have increased to over $22.9 billion in 2017-18. This does not include the contribution that the sector makes to the Victorian Government's own source tax collections.

The sector sustained over 162,000 jobs in Victoria in 2016-17. 
 
To view the latest edition of the UDIA Residential Development Index (RDI) please click here

Click here to read more about our RDI

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