Campaigns & Submissions
A new report has shone a light on the importance of property’s workhorse assets – industrial properties – revealing a staggering $1.2 trillion worth of goods flow through Australia’s ‘big sheds’ every year.
In this report commissioned by the Property Council of Australia, EY shows lowering the managed investment trust (MIT) withholding tax rate to 10 per cent for build-to-rent projects with an affordable housing component could accelerate the building of 10,000 affordable homes over 10 years.
Every Building Counts, jointly developed by the Property Council of Australia and Green Building Council of Australia, sets out policy recommendations which provide a roadmap for governments towards a greener, healthier, more equitable built environment. Every Building Counts – For State & Territory Governments edition has now been released, offering eight key policy recommendations.
Carbon offsets, Last but not later: A framework for the environmental integrity of offsets in the property sector
The framework identifies a limited and declining role for offsets in the property sector with a ‘last, but not later’ approach. This means that offsets should be used last in a hierarchy of measures to reduce emissions in the built environment, but that they should be implemented without delays.
In this report commissioned by the Property Council of Australia, EY considers that the emerging build-to-rent sector is a component of the solution in offering a diversity of housing at scale and at velocity, to alleviate Australia’s housing crisis.
This report examines health and education sectors in South East Queensland as leading contributors to our
Launched in November 2022, this report was the first time that the scale, supply and economic impact of the purpose-built student accommodation sector had been tracked in its entirety Australia wide.
In March 2022, the Retirement Living Council released a report to shine the light on the fastest-growing cohort of homeless Australians: Women over the age of 55.
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By leading conversations, educating stakeholders and undertaking the latest research, we are a trusted adviser for governments and peak bodies. Our deep relationships with decision makers across the country means we have a seat at the table to contribute to the big discussions at the right time. With an impressive track record and strong licence to operate, we work collaboratively with members and partners to tackle relevant matters of public policy in the interest of all Australians.
Our advocacy is guided by our commitment to positive social impact and our purpose to create great cities, strong economies and sustainable communities. On behalf of our members we contribute ideas and solutions to complex problems to benefit everyone. And while we’re not afraid to bring hard and complex topics to the table for discussion, we take a proactive, solutions-focused approach that will help create a better future for everyone.