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VICTORIAN DIVISION  
URBAN DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA


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UDIA IS HOME TO THE RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY INDUSTRY

 

The Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) is a nationally recognised industry association. The UDIA Victoria Division advocates on behalf of residential property development professionals on issues that impact the delivery and cost of development, the strength of the new housing market and the future of new communities in Victoria


Focused on housing, UDIA informs and engages government and industry members, enabling better policy, better business decisions, and better community outcomes. 

The UDIA has been representing the industry in Victoria for more than 40 years, and has a strong and engaged membership, consisting of 50,000+ individual professionals from over 350 companies.


All our members benefit from a purposeful policy agenda, effective advocacy activities and highly relevant business services including events, information, news, professional development and networking opportunities. 
 

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