Sunshine Coast

The Sunshine Coast Branch of the Institute is the place to be for networking, knowledge, and making the most of the development industry on the Coast.

And it’s our industry that drives much of the growth on the Sunshine Coast. The development industry is the third largest generator of employment in the region and directly accounts for 11 percent of jobs.

Our industry matters, and growth on the Coast is a direct result of the work of our members. When decision makers want to know about the development industry and the drivers for growth, they come to us.
We’ve built this reputation over time, and by consistently demonstrating that our members are committed locals, who have made the Sunshine Coast their home and the place to do business.

We advocate for our members because we know the positive impact our industry has on the prosperity of our community.

Everyday we continue to build our reputation as expert advisors to local decision makers. On the Coast, the Institute is ahead of the pack; we give our members the grassroots knowledge of the local development market, and our state-wide contacts and resources mean we can provide members with the high-level research into the market and changing demographics.

Branch Committee

Carl Nancarrow (Branch President) McNab
Alan Sheldon Poly Global
Andrew Stevens Project Urban
Anthony Demiris AVID Property Group
Beau Salter Besal
Graeme Bews JFP Urban Consultants
Hamish Pressland Pelican Waters Heart Pty Ltd
Josh Sondergeld Stockland
Mclean Henzell HM Developments
Sophie Williams RPS Australia East Pty Ltd

News

UDIA National’s plan to help industry recover

UDIA National has today released ‘Helping Australia Bounce Back’ – an advocacy document that details six strategic steps governments can take now to stimulate housing and construction, and how they fit in the context of our larger policy goals.
Meeting

Strategic Plan adopted

Sunshine Coast Branch has finalised its Strategic Plan for 2020 with the planning scheme as its top policy agenda.
Land Supply

State of the Land

UDIA National’s 2020 State of the Land provides a comprehensive round up of residential activity across the major centres of the country.

Expanding our digital footprint

The dawn of 2020 signals a change of pace for the Institute as we sharpen our focus on connecting members with information online, where and when they need it. The first major cab off the rank is our new website.

Contact

Sunshine Coast Branch sunshinecoast@udiaqld.com.au