We deliver outcomes in NSW that make it better for property investment.
Our top priority is to see planning fixed – with less red tape & lower costs.
Property directly accounts for 11.1% of NSW's economic activity.
keeping our foot on the accelerator to build on 2020 progress and ensure promised planning reforms are occurring from the local level upwards.
to boost economic growth, create jobs and ensure the Treasurer’s stamp duty reform agenda delivers a net benefit for the economy, the community and the industry.
coming out of COVID by working collaboratively towards a good growth agenda.
by delivering the plans for good growth and driving infrastructure investment for Sydney and other city centres across NSW
leading progress on return to office, driving population growth and other measures needed for resurgence by placing the property sector at the heart of the economic recovery.
to strengthen their unique characteristics, attract jobs and increase investment, support growing economies and ensuring a regional lens is applied to all advocacy work.
Billion in GSP
property directly accounts for 15 per cent of NSW's economic activity
Billion in Wages
more than 1 in 4 people in NSW draw a wage directly or indirectly from the property industry
property creates 495,600 direct jobs in NSW
Billion in Taxes
the property industry pays 52.1% of NSW taxes, local government rates, fees and charges