Tamara Rasmussen wins UDIA NSW - Frasers Property Australia Women in Leadership Award
Tamara Rasmussen, a regional development manager at Lendlease, has won the UDIA – Frasers Property Australia Women in Leadership Award for 2018.
Julie Bindon and Michael Corcoran awarded UDIA NSW Life Membership
Julie Bindon and Michael Corcoran were awarded life membership of the Urban Development Institute of Australia (NSW) on Thursday night.
UDIA NSW launches state election campaign
The Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) NSW has launched its campaign to tackle Sydney’s housing affordability crisis.
Former commando named UDIA NSW-nbn Young Leader of the Year
Former army commando and sniper, James Milligan, has been awarded the 2018 UDIA NSW–nbn Young Leader of the Year.
No shortcuts in population debate
The Urban Development Institute of Australia has welcomed a renewed federal focus on settlement planning while reinforcing the long-held view that transport congestion is the result of poor infrastructure planning.
Certifier reforms could threaten public safety
The Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) NSW has called for the NSW Government to abandon ideas which would place public safety at risk.
New laws could be implemented where developers would rely on a ‘lottery’ or ‘cab rank’ to select building certifiers to examine new buildings, regardless of the experience of the certifier and another option would place a time limit on certifiers’ engagements with developers.
No. 1 Lacey wins UDIA NSW | Crown Group President's Award
UDIA NSW President Arthur Ilias has today announced the winner of the 2018 UDIA NSW | Crown Group President’s Award, the most prestigious award in the urban development industry: No. 1 Lacey, by Cornerstone Property Group in collaboration with BKH, Billard Leece and Made Projects.
2018 NSW State Budget
Big on infrastructure, small on affordability
Parliamentary Inquiry into Land Release and Housing Supply
The NSW Legislative Assembly Committee on Environment and Planning is conducting an inquiry that will have significant impact on industry.
AFR feature: UDIA NSW study tour to USA
A 35-strong UDIA NSW delegation recently visited the Dallas-Fort Worth 'aerotropolis' to learn how the Texan example can be applied to the future Western Sydney Airport.