Your online community: Hono coming soon!

Coming soon: Hono launches next week!

Next week, we will launch Hono, Property Council’s exclusive online member community.

While we’ve long dreamed of bringing an online community to life, the last few years have reinforced our member’s need to connect, engage, and create in a way that adds value, both personally and professionally.

Hono – meaning connect – is a place where you can ask questions and find answers. It’s a place to connect with our member community to share ideas, solve problems and gather online as a united industry.

Think of us as digital placemakers, and Hono as your new town square.

The new features you can expect in Hono include:

  • Discussions. Now you’ll have the ability to communicate and connect on important topics with fellow members.
  • Resource sharing. All attachments posted to discussions are archived in a dedicated Resource Library. You can also add documents to share anything you want.
  • Member Directory search. You can find members by name, location, company, or area of interest.

You’ll be subscribed to the Hono Daily Digest, meaning you’ll get one email each day containing all the previous day’s posts. A notification message will be sent to you when the community officially launches, so look for that first digest email. But don’t worry, you’ll have the opportunity to adjust the frequency of this digest at your first login, so we won’t be filling your inbox!

Why Hono?

Hono (verb) (-a) to join, connect, splice, add, log on.

Property Council’s core business is connection.

Our broad collective of industry members are what makes our organisation unique, representing every discipline within the property ecosystem.

We connect the property industry with government policymakers and officials, we connect our members, and we connect the property sector as a whole.

Therefore, Hono / to join or connect, seemed the perfect name for this new vehicle for connection.

If you have any questions, please contact Kelly Taylor, Property Council’s Head of Communications, at and in the meantime, watch this space!

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