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  • Developers: delivering jobs

    During meetings with key State Government Ministers, the UDIA (Qld) highlighted the role that our industry plays in job creation, and our policy priorities as outlined in the UDIA (Qld) 2015 Advocacy Agenda.

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  • Coomera Exit 54 Upgrade a welcome move

    The State Government will join with the Commonwealth and developers to fund the upgrade of Exit 54 on the Pacific Motorway which will facilitate development of the Coomera Town Centre and development in the region in general.

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  • Queensland takes out a third of UDIA National Awards

    Last night’s UDIA National Awards for Excellence Gala, held in Sydney, saw over 900 industry representatives gather to celebrate the nation’s best developments. And we are pleased to say it was a massive night for Queensland. On a national scale we proved once again that Queensland’s property development industry really does set the benchmark for development across the nation.

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  • Coastal Planning Laws & Vegetation Management

    On 1 April the UDIA (Qld) will meet with the new Minister for Environment and Heritage Protection, and Minister for National Parks and the Great Barrier Reef, the Honourable Doctor Steven Miles MP. 

     

    At that meeting the UDIA (Qld) will be seeking some clarity in relation to remarks in a media release from 4 March stating that the Palaszczuk Government would be “reinstating coastal planning laws axed by the LNP Government”

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  • We’re re-establishing our magazine

    The UDIA (Qld) is excited to announce our Signature publication, The Urban Developer, is undergoing a total rebrand.

    With the dawn of a new year and our industry moving forward, we felt it presented a perfect opportunity to harness this evolutionary phase and deliver a refreshed way of sharing the news and views of the industry through a rebranded magazine.

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