We know that quality research and real statistics are central to our ability to tell our story and advocate for the industry.
For over 40 years, our annual research budget has been funded through memberships, and has allowed us to provide our members, governments and institutions with the highest quality and most comprehensive data. With in-depth sector reports, industry surveys, benchmarks, bespoke research and our data room indexes, Property Council research products provide the most up to date information about the industry.
National Office Market Report Package | January 2024
As the respected industry standard, the Australian Office Market Report allows property professionals to review trends in the supply of and demand for office space in Australia.
Benchmarks: Office & Retail – National 2023
The results of the annual Benchmarks survey are designed to provide owners and managers with a reliable tool for evaluating the performance of their assets and preparing operating budget.
The January 2024 National Office Market Stocklist provides a comprehensive list of all office buildings in all office markets that the Property Council tracks within our most popular publication, the
Procore & Property Council Building Risk and Compliance Survey
The survey explores how developers are navigating an evolving risk and compliance landscape, while continually improving building quality.
Research Education Pack
Offered exclusively to Australia’s tertiary education providers to allow students to access the data and research used by property, finance and planning professionals.
The flight to quality office space has continued across the country, with new data showing vacancy rates for prime office space remain lower than those of older office stock in our cities.
The property industry has renewed calls for the Australian and state governments to get planning systems fit for purpose to tackle the housing supply and affordability crisis, with concerns reaching record highs among respondents to the latest ANZ/Property Council Survey.
The adoption of Artificial Intelligence continues to accelerate in the property sector, but not everyone is shifting gears, according to the latest Yardi/Property Council Digital Transformation Report.
Vacancy rates for the undersupplied Gold Coast office market have remained steady over the last six months, however, overall office supply is likely to remain constrained for the foreseeable future.