The Property Council in Queensland has a long history of influencing public policy in the state.
Our top priority is securing a better planning system in Queensland to reduce red tape and increase certainty.
Property directly accounts for 11.4% of Queensland's economic activity.
Jen Williams – Queensland Executive Director
through partnering with members, the Queensland Government and Brisbane City Council to encourage workers, shoppers and visitors back to the CBD, boosting productivity, innovation and investment.
in well-located areas across SEQ, to cater for our growing population and changing demographic needs.
as a standalone asset class in Queensland, through educating stakeholders, supporting the Government’s pilot program, and advocating for a land tax incentive to boost Queensland’s competitiveness.
that extends beyond the political cycles and aligns the three levels of government in a program of works that will boost the productivity and prosperity of South East Queensland.
such as land tax, foreign investor surcharges and local government rates, to boost competitiveness and lower the cost of doing business in Queensland.
property directly accounts for 11.8 per cent of QLD's economic activity
1 in 4 people in QLD draw a wage directly or indirectly from the property industry
property creates 297,700 direct jobs in QLD.
the property industry pays 48.5% of QLD taxes, local government rates, fees and charges