Our Economic & Job Contribution

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Property is Australia's biggest industry

 
 
13%
of Australian GDP 
$0 billion 

The property industry is Australia's biggest employer

1.4 million jobs, more than mining + manufacturing combined

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Support for high density living on the rise Monday, 9 December 2019 A generational gap is emerging when it comes to housing density, with younger people most likely to support denser housing in established suburbs if it helps to improve housing affordability. GDP headline conceals declining housing construction Wednesday, 4 December 2019 The lift in GDP for the September quarter is welcome, but conceals a worrying decline in housing construction which will undermine housing supply and affordability for our growing population. Property Council WA welcomes Premier Mark McGowan's $150m housing plan Tuesday, 3 December 2019 Property Council WA has welcomed the State Government’s $150 million Housing Investment Program – to invest in social housing, fix existing stock and extend the Keystart program. Falling housing approvals demand government focus Monday, 2 December 2019 An eight per cent fall in national dwelling approvals in October 2019 demands a response from all levels of government. Building Act won't right previous wrongs: Property Council Friday, 29 November 2019 The ACT Government’s building reform package will do nothing to right previous wrongs and lead to more uncertainty and cost for the property sector which is one of the ACT’s biggest employers and econ Our North, Our Future: White Paper on Developing Northern Australia Friday, 29 November 2019 While the Defence projects have trickled through and provided stimulus to those lucky enough to benefit from the spend, it was no-where near what we had first heard and expected to contribute to our e
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