UDIA provides vital services to organisations involved in Australia’s urban development sector. 

The Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) exists to support the urban development industry, which includes all organisations involved in creating urban spaces and 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 urban development policy reform in their relevant jurisdiction.

The Victorian division has over 5,000 member contacts who benefit from a constructive policy agenda, effective advocacy activities and highly relevant business services including events, information, news, professional development and networking opportunities. 

Through policy and advocacy activities, the expert UDIA Policy Team advises and collaborates with policy-makers on how to tackle urban development 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 urban spaces and housing across the state. This enables UDIA Victoria to bring practical solutions to the table that translate into tangible and positive outcomes.

Through a diverse range of events, members receive timely information, create conection among industry, and celebrate  excellence; helping us to inform and encourage best practice across the urban development sector. 

The UDIA is proud to represent the views, wants and needs of  members and of their customers who include everyday Victorian housing owners, aspiring homebuyers, renters and our most vulnerable residents including those eligible for social and affordable housing.

Find out about the benefits that come with being a Victorian member of the UDIA.

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For all membership enquiries, please contact
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