The Property Council of Australia will target planning reform, taxes and incentives for a greener built environment in its advocacy agenda for the forthcoming year.
Property Council Executive Director, Joe Lenzo, launched the 2013 advocacy blueprint to an audience of over 120 members at a cocktail function in Parmelia House foyer Thursday night.
The Property Council’s new advocacy agenda includes reforms necessary to ensure that the property industry can fully capitalise on economic growth in Western Australia.
Western Australia is entering a new era of hyper-construction around regional mining centres and major city projects.
In 2013 the property sector in WA will play a key role in influencing the policies and regulations that will deliver buildings and infrastructure to support this growth phase.
A copy of the 2013 Advocacy Priorities can be accessed by clicking the link below.
The document includes 2011-12 Achievements and a guide to the reforms the Property Council will be advocating for in 2013.