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.
Securing a better planning system in Queensland to reduce red tape and increase certainty.
Positioning Queensland as an active player in the national tax reform process, as well as tackling local nuisance taxes, fees and charges such as local government differential rating.
Ensuring Queensland has an infrastructure plan focused on unlocking growth, and a strategy to fund critical to urban infrastructure despite Government's fiscal constraints.
Cutting red tape at a Federal, State and Local government level so that shovel ready private sector projects in Queensland can drive the State's economy.
Tackling the challenges associated with high secondary office vacancy in our office markets through renewal and conversion.
property directly accounts for 11.4 per cent of QLD's economic activity
1 in 6 people in QLD draw a wage directly or indirectly from the property industry
property creates 240,000 direct jobs in QLD and supports another 168,000
the property industry pays 49.8% of QLD taxes, local government rates, fees and charges