Event Month: May

  • Financial Feasibility Stage 2: Applied Course

    Financial Feasibility Stage 2: Applied Course

    | 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Professional Development

    The Financial Feasibility Stage 2: Applied course is run as a practical workshop. The course will take attendees through the practical application of financial feasibility to a selected site using the ARGUS EstateMaster software. Attendees will receive instruction from three experts as to how the information needed for a feasibility study can be derived. Attendees will source and input information into the ARGUS EstateMaster software on dwelling sizes, sales rates and construction costs. This course is suitable for those with intermediate industry experience, with technical backgrounds who have some familiarity with the ARGUS EstateMaster software, or who have completed Financial Feasibility Stage 1: An Overview.

  • Financial Feasibility Stage 1 Course: An Overview

    Financial Feasibility Stage 1 Course: An Overview

    | 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Professional Development

    Run as a practical workshop, the stage 1 course provides attendees with a basic understanding of how to conduct a financial feasibility study. Attendees will be taken through the theory of discounted cash flow and terms used including IRR, PV and NPV. This course also introduces attendees to a lead software package, ARGUS EstateMaster through data input.

    Attend event RSVP 24 May
  • Essentials of Property Law Course

    Essentials of Property Law Course

    | 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Professional Development

    Delivered by experts in various fields and specialisations of property development law, this comprehensive course covers eight key areas of property law and will bring you up to date on changes which are occurring. This is a must for any professional in the industry.

    Attend event RSVP 6 May
  • NextGen West Conference | Delivering the City of the Future

    NextGen West Conference | Delivering the City of the Future

    | 8:30 am - 5:00 pm Signature Series

    Following the recent launch of our NextGen West: Delivering the City of the Future campaign in partnership with Business Western Sydney, we invite you to join us for a one-day interactive forum with captains of development industry, key government and city shaping leaders, who will discuss the major planning and infrastructure projects and issues affecting Greater Western Sydney and help determine the outcome of the Western Parkland City.

    Attend event RSVP 17 May
  • Annual Western Sydney Luncheon

    Annual Western Sydney Luncheon

    | 12:00 pm - 2:30 pm Signature Series

    Join us to hear from a panel of Western Sydney local council executives who will discuss the actions and activities local councils are implementing to resolve the housing crisis as well as their views on how infrastructure should be funded to support housing for a changing demographic. Our guest panellists are Warwick Winn, General Manger of Penrith City Council, Lindy Deitz, General Manager of Campbelltown City Council, and Ben Taylor, Chief Executive Officer of Wollondilly Shire Council. Bring along your clients and colleagues and secure your table now!

  • Illawarra Luncheon with Mr Ryan Park MP

    Illawarra Luncheon with Mr Ryan Park MP

    | 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm Regional Series

    With the NSW Election due in less than a year, UDIA NSW is delighted to invite you to join your industry colleagues at the Illawarra Luncheon to hear from Mr Ryan Park MP. Mr Park will discuss Labor’s vision for the Illawarra and Shoalhaven and provide a greater insight into how the other side of government is planning to address the regional housing crisis. He will also outline the infrastructure that will be required to support the growth of the region as its population increases to more than 500,000 by 2041. Secure your ticket or book a table now!

  • Hunter Luncheon | The Hunter Regional Plan Review

    Hunter Luncheon | The Hunter Regional Plan Review

    | 12:00 pm - 2:30 pm Regional Series

    The Hunter Regional Plan will undergo its 5-year review this year, and the Department of Planning, Industry and Environment is now beginning that process. With unprecedented recent land sales and constraints on existing zoned land, the Hunter’s housing supply pipeline is more uncertain. How will DPIE address this big question in planning for the Hunter’s future? We will hear from Monica Gibson, Executive Director Regions, DPIE, who will outline the Regional Plan review process, what is being considered and how industry will inform this critical work. Mark Kelly, General Manager, ADW Johnson, will then present an update of the UDIA NSW Hunter Region Building Blocks report detailing the challenges to our land supply. Following these presentations Professor Roberta Ryan from University of Newcastle will join the panel for a discussion on the Hunter’s land supply and the significance of the Regional Plan becoming a statutory document.

    Attend event RSVP 29 April
  • UDIA National Congress

    UDIA National Congress

    | 9:15 am - 7:30 pm UDIA National

    After the postponement of our National Congress in 2020 and 2021 due to COVID-19, we are excited to be back in 2022! The Congress will provide a platform for our members to collaborate and hear from high profile industry speakers and will conclude with the announcement of the UDIA National Awards for Excellence - showcasing our finalists from across Australia and crowning the 2022 winners.

  • BSB40920 Certificate IV in Project Management Practice, Specialising in Property Development

    BSB40920 Certificate IV in Project Management Practice, Specialising in Property Development

    Professional Development

    This qualification is delivered and issued by McMillan Staff Development, RTO Code. 88187. Held 100% online over 18 weeks, this course teaches the critical skills of project management such as identifying project scope; managing time, cost & quality; contract negotiation; team engagement; stakeholder communication & human resources management. BSB40920 Certificate IV in Project Management Practice, Specialising in Property Development is the only nationally recognised qualification of its kind.

    Attend event RSVP 18 February
  • BSB41515 Certificate IV in Project Management Practice, Specialising in Property Development

    BSB41515 Certificate IV in Project Management Practice, Specialising in Property Development

    | 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Professional Development

    This qualification is delivered and issued by McMillan Staff Development, RTO Code. 88187. Held 100% online over 18 weeks, this course teaches the critical skills of project management such as identifying project scope; managing time, cost & quality; contract negotiation; team engagement; stakeholder communication & human resources management. BSB41515 Certificate IV in Project Management Practice, Specialising in Property Development is the only nationally recognised qualification of its kind.

    Attend event RSVP 23 May