Our advocacy platform sets out to make Victoria the best place to invest, manage and own property.
Our top priority is to keep downward pressure on property taxes.
Property directly accounts for 11.4% of Victoria's economic activity.
including removing workplace caps and a proactive approach to bringing the public service back to the office, to support the return of office workers to Melbourne’s CBD and revitalize our capital city.
including targeted stimulus measures for the housing sector such as the reinstatement of off-theplan stamp duty concessions and the removal of the Foreign Purchaser Additional Duty.
by working closely with the State Government to develop a workable definition of eligible Build-to-Rent projects for the purpose of Land Tax concessions announced in the 2020 State Budget.
Victoria’s largest employer, and largest contributor to the State’s income, to drive a property-led economic recovery.
with state and local governments that deliver the social and affordable housing our state needs for future generations.
to promote the key principles of affordability, livability, certainty, and equity.
Victoria’s next generation planning system as part of the Government’s agenda to modernise the planning system, cut red tape and ensures the planning and development approval system delivers the economic recovery Victoria needs.
property directly accounts for 13.8 per cent of VIC's economic activity
almost 1 in 4 people in VIC draw a wage directly or indirectly from the property industry
property creates 390,000 direct jobs in VIC
the property industry pays 59% of VIC taxes, local government rates, fees and charges