UDIA WA calls for policy changes
Tax reform and a strategy to address the residential rental crisis are among the key initiatives the Urban Development Institute of Australia WA is canvassing the state government to consider as part of its election commitment.
The UDIA WA launched its state election campaign at an industry luncheon held today, in front of more than 500 attendees including Premier Mark McGowan.
Boosting land supply, addressing the state’s residential rental stock shortage, developing a plan to promote WA, and implementing immediate and longer-term tax reform measures are key aspects of UDIA’s campaign.
To read the article in full, including comments from UDIA WA CEO Tanya Steinbeck, click here.
For more information about UDIA WA’s State Election #liveworkinvestwa campaign, click here.