Building approvals have fallen again but opportunities remain to build.Read more >
Residential pre-purchase inspectors should be licensed to protect the industry.More here >
Key changes are needed to the proposed Planning Development and Infrastructure Bill.Read more here >
Now is the time to work together for job-related reforms, Master Builders SA says.Read more here >
Planning reforms to be introduced to Parliament this week are the beginning of a process, not the end, Master Builders SA says.Read the media release here >
Jobs will only come from this year’s Budget if its centrepiece – a $389 million stamp duty cut to encourage commercial property transfers – sparks real development and not mere profit-taking, Master Builders SA says
The decision to freeze industry out of South Australia’s training system risks isolating students from the very skills, mentoring and jobs they want, Master Builders SA says.
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The State Government’s training cuts under its new WorkReady program ignore long-term student potential and more efficient ways to invest taxpayer funds, Master Builders SA says.
Director of Training David Thompson said the new list of subsidised training courses were a training cut dressed up as a reformRead More >
South Australia’s building sector continues to face a slowdown, offset by a number of small privately-funded commercial builds, Master Builders SA says.Read more >
A ‘big picture’ shift of conveyance duty from purchaser to vendor would give homebuyers a boost when they need it most and save purchasers from borrowing – just to pay a tax.
The proposal, put forward by Master Builders SA as part of its submission to the State Tax Review, could save purchasers nearly $1000 a year on a median-priced Adelaide home.Read more > >
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