Together, shaping cities where communities thrive
Property Council is the leading advocate for New Zealand’s largest industry - property.
Each year, we canvas our members to craft our annual advocacy priorities. These priorities form the foundation of all the work we do, both nationally and in the regions.
In 2023/24 these priorities are grouped under five key workstreams:
- Enable thriving cities and infrastructure
- Reform the planning system
- Deliver housing that enhances communities
- Adopt fairer regulation and tax settings
- Improve sustainability and resilience
Property Council's work on advocating for the reinstatement of depreciation on commercial buildings added over $2 billion dollars to the balance sheet of Kiwi property owners. The power of a collective voice is undeniable.
CEO, Precinct Properties
PCNZ makes sure that we've got the right environment in which developers, property owners and consultants can create communities and build cities. I love being part of this organisation.
National Director, Corporate Solutions, Colliers
Nothing Property Council advocates for is in a vacuum or in the abstract. Everything is about the members, it's about property, it's about space. The credibility of that voice comes from the breadth of its membership and its national reach.
Partner, Greenwood Roche
One of the things I love about Property Council is that it's not just a single group within the industry, it's a really good mix. This balance ensures you get a range of viewpoints, expertise and opinion.
GM, Commercial & industrial, Stride Property
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The Power of Property
Property is New Zealand's largest industry has a direct impact on GDP of $41.2 billion employs 200,000 New Zealanders is a catalyst for community creates spaces for Kiwis to live, work and play
Property is New Zealand's largest industry, making up 15% of economic activity.
As a sector, we employ 9% of New Zealand’s workforce and contribute over $41.2 billion to GDP (and growing!).
Property Council New Zealand is the one organisation that collectively champions property, bringing together members from all corners of the property eco system to advocate for reduced red tape that enables development.
Our members shape the cities and spaces where New Zealanders live, work, play and shop.
Together, shaping cities where communities thrive.
On 19 Feb 2024, Property Council submitted to Future Proof on the Future Proof Strategy Update 2024. The Future Proof Strategy is the 30-year spatial plan for the Waikato region,
On December 15 2023, Property Council submitted to Tauranga City Council on their Draft Long-Term Plan 2024-34, Draft Development Contributions Policy 2024-25 and Draft Revenue and Finance Policy 2024. Why
On 9 November 2023, Property Council submitted on Wellington’s draft Future Development Strategy. This draft strategy outlines how and where the Wairarapa-Wellington-Horowhenua region should grow and change over the next
Be part of something powerful
Property Council’s members are the movers and shakers of the industry; property owners, developers, investors and professionals who create, construct, own and manage spaces for communities to thrive.
Our members invest in Property Council because we champion a thriving property industry that creates jobs, opportunities for growth and shapes cities that are future-proofed and functional.