Core and Associate Members
The Property Council of Australia provides powerful advocacy and exceptional services for more than 2200 member companies.
See a summary of what our members thought from our 2017 National Membership Survey here.
A Core member is a company that invests (directly or indirectly), develops, finances, owns or manages property either as its core business or
corporate activity. Core member categories are based on the combined market
value of property owned/managed/developed/financed in a state of membership.
||Market value of property owned or managed
||$500M to $1b
||$200M to $500M
||$100M to $200M
||$25M to $100M
||$5M to $25M
||up to $5M
An associate member is a company who is engaged in a profession or business associated with the property industry. Generally an associate member does not have assets at risk in the same way that core members do. Three levels of associate membership are available to companies with 30+ employees (Associate A), 6-30 (Associate B) or less than 5 employees (Associate C) for owner-operator and start-up businesses in the selected state of membership. Voting rights do not apply.
For more information about membership and how to join please contact the Business Development Manager in your State or Territory.