UDIA (Qld) is the state’s largest professional organisation representing and furthering the interests and integrity of the property development industry in Queensland. With over 1100 corporate members representing more than 3000 affiliated individuals across a range of professions, UDIA (Qld) is a highly visible peak industry body.
We have a longstanding reputation for effectively influencing outcomes in the public and private sectors to ensure a viable future for our industry and quality outcomes for the community.
UDIA (Qld) Background
The Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) was formed to facilitate cooperation between private developers and government authorities. It was first established in NSW in 1961 and became a national body in 1972. The Queensland division was established in 1972 and incorporated in 1977. Click the link to find out more.
Board of Directors
The Board of Directors provides governance and strategic direction for UDIA (Qld)'s policy agenda and activities. Click the link to find out about our board members.
Companies who have held their UDIA (Qld) membership continuously for over 25 years.
Member benefits and services
Any organisation involved in the development industry in Queensland will benefit from UDIA (Qld) membership. Cutting edge industry intelligence and policy updates, a rich calendar of knowledge-based events, networking opportunties and ongoing professional development are designed to help build competitive advantage and keep you ahead of your game.
UDIA (Qld) has a strong presence throughout Queensland. Our twelve regional branches strengthen the development industry at the local level and ensure that local issues have a strong voice at the state and national level. Follow the link to find your regional branch.
The Institute is proud to be represented by local members of the industry in 12 key regions of Queensland.
A comprehensive overview of the UDIA (Qld) for the year, including its activities and financial position.
Women in Development
The UDIA (Qld) actively mentors and encourages the participation of women in the development industry through the successful Women in Development (WID) group and its activities, including research, events (which are open to all industry participants), networking opportunities and its annual awards program.
Urban Edge is one of the Institute's largest subgroups and works to advance the professional growth of younger industry members. Urban Edge has a rich program of skill-based events, a mentoring program, networking and social opportunities to help career progression.
UDIA (Qld) Mentoring Program
Younger industry members are teamed up with experienced industry professionals willing to share their knowledge and experience in a formal mentoring program.
2013 UDIA (Qld) Mentors