Advocacy

Consulting Surveyors National is committed to advocating on behalf of the surveying industry and profession.  To support us in this we have memberships with 

Through ACCI we engage with Federal and State Ministers of Parliament with a business focus where we ask questions on behalf of our members.

Through ACIF we engage with Federal and State Minister of Parliament with a focus on the property and construction sector where we ask questions on behalf of our members.

 


Thursday, 30th July 2020

ACIF recently undertook some surveying in conjunction with Morgan Stanley.

Read here for the results.

 


Read the lastest ACIF June 2020 Update which features an article on Surveying.

ACIF Australian Construction Industry Update Report - June 2020

  • 50+ page report including state-by-state breakdown of forecasting data
  • Due to the uncertain situation facing the Australian economy and construction industry, ACIF has just issued its next industry update report on 18th June. With contributions relating to a wide range of topics from key industry stakeholders, the publication expert commentary and quantitative data covering what has been happening in different sectors of the construction industry over the past few weeks, and what may be expected over the next few weeks.
  • Gain valuable insights from the thoughts and perspectives of expert contributors, covering topics relating to the current impact COVID-19 is having on essential construction site services, levels of industry activity, decision making processes, and much more. Stay up to date and keep your business informed!

Article contributions from:

  • FTI Consulting
  • Nerida Conisbee, REA Group
  • Julia Cambage, Australian Institute of Architects
  • Russell Telford, A.G. Coombs
  • Michelle Blicavs, Consulting Surveyors National
  • David Roberts, MIRA | Macquarie Group

 



Submissions to Government: Bringing the Profession’s issues to the national table


The Association proactively seeks out opportunities to voice the concerns of the industry in relation to proposed national legislation changes.  The aim is to guide policy changes in ways which will  positively impact the profession as a whole.  This is achieved through formal and informal submissions to government and industry inquiries each year, presenting the case for the industry. 

These inquiries are seeking feedback on proposed changes to laws which directly affect the work of a surveyor, the way businesses are run, or educational structures and institutions which offer Surveying as a course.

A list of recent submissions from CSN National can be found below: