Housing Industry Association
|Formation||January 21, 1946|
|Headquarters||79 Constitution Ave, Campbell, Australian Capital Territory|
|Vice President||Ron Dwyer|
|Main organ||National Board of Directors|
The Housing Industry Association (HIA) is the peak, national organisation for the housing industry in Australia. This includes building, renovating and land development industries particularly for residential houses. The organisation's headquarters are located in Canberra while there are large offices in each capital city.
The HIA has about 30,000 members. All members are expected to adhere to a National Code of Ethics for all commercial dealings. The code covers standards, best practice, complaints, self-regulation and competition.
The association conducts surveys and publishes reports including new home sales. It is able to provide recommended builders for specific areas to potential clients.
At a meeting on the 21 January 1946 by interested parties it was agreed to establish a housing industry organisation. It was initially called the Builders and Allied Trades Association (BATA). In its first three years the group signed up 1,000 members. In June 1965 the organisation became a national association.
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