important regional update
On 1 September 2020, UDIA Victoria is hosting its first Virtual Summit, focusing on the key regional growth areas of Geelong and surrounds.
The 2020 UDIA Geelong V-Summit is responding to very active and pro-active urban development sector operating in the Geelong region and whilst we may be separated by lockdown borders, it is clear we still need to focus on the growth of our State for the future.
A program of key local and State Government representatives; local and Melbourne based developers and consultants will cover all aspects of development in the region.
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UDIA URBAN DEVELOPMENT SUMMIT proudLY PRESENTED BY NBN
nbn is proud to be the 2019 UDIA Urban Development Summit Presenting Partner.
The urban development sector is working against a backdrop of rapid change, capacity constraints and market cycle challenges – yet it continues to deliver the new communities, housing and infrastructure Victoria needs as it continues to grow.
Australia is at a tipping point, with national high-speed connectivity opening up an array of possibilities for digital transformation, economic prosperity and social benefit. We are in the midst of witnessing technological advances at extreme pace, and it is having a profound impact on how we live, and how we plan and build cities.
With 99 per cent of Australian households and businesses now in design, construction or already able to order a service over the nbn™ network, we are well on the way to our final destination of a better connected Australia. Although nbn provides the foundation on which we can build and innovate, how we use it will matter. We look forward to joining you at the Summit to explore the changing nature of the housing market and national economic landscape, and the opportunities for our sector in shaping the cities of tomorrow.
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WHO IS UDIA VICTORIA?
Who is UDIA?
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.
Who do we represent?
The Victorian division has over 320 member companies.
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.
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.
Through our policy and advocacy activities, we advise and collaborate with policy-makers on how to tackle urban planning and housing issues.