Submission gives Council a real voice

ComplEmenting the Property Council’s pro-active reform projects will be the 2000/2001 financial year pre-budget submission.

Following last year’s successful submission to every member of State Parliament and relevant members of the State Executive, this year’s submission will target the key areas of public policy affecting the property industry.

The aim is to provide positive, revenue neutral solutions to deficiencies in state regulation thereby reducing friction on the property community’s commercial activities.

Policy positions are being formulated on specific issues including the desired make up of state taxes following the GST’s introduction, heritage legislation, planning and development processes, best practice local government reform and the Building Act.

Quality industry guidelines for best practice reforms to public policy require a holistic approach from the property community.

To this end, the Property Council welcomes input and discussion from industry participants who hold the bulk of the quality information and experience.

For more information, or to discuss this year’s pre-budget submission, contact Anthony Shields at the Property Council on (08) 9321 1156 or email:

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