Strata Industry Affiliations
Our associations provide the strata industry with a professional status and code of conduct that is relevant to the expectations of today’s customers’ demand for professional service. Being the member of a professional association or industry body shows our clients and customers strong ethical standards and a commitment to excellence, in this case, by providing services to the strata and community title industry.
Our involvement includes:
- Member Strata Community Australia (SCA) – National and NSW
- Member Urban Development Institute Australia (UDIA) – National and NSW
Strata Community Australia (NSW)
Strata Community Australia (NSW) is the peak body for the strata sector in New South Wales. SCA (NSW) represents over 1,300 strata managers, principals and suppliers in the sector.
Our members experience ranges from large corporates to small family businesses. They have expertise in all facets of strata management and service provision. Their experience spans those with a lifetime in the industry, to those who are just beginning their careers.
Membership of SCA (NSW) is open to strata managers and suppliers to the sector. SCA (NSW) is an affiliate member of Strata Community Australia (SCA), the national body for Strata and Community sector.
The Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA NSW)
UDIA is the peak body representing the property development industry throughout Australia. The Institute is a not-for-profit industry body dedicated to the representation of Australia’s development industry.
Officially established in 1963, UDIA NSW has grown to become the leading industry body representing the interests of the NSW property development sector. UDIA NSW aims to secure the viability and sustainability of the urban development industry for the benefit of our members and the communities they create. We represent the leading participants in the industry and have more than 500 members across the entire spectrum of the industry including developers, financiers, builders, suppliers, architects, contractors, engineers, consultants, academics and state and local government bodies. A quarter of these members are based in regional NSW.