Public land is a very important asset for the state, allowing it to provide a host of services and functions and to plan for the future of the nation. The Land Development Agency Act 2021 requires the LDA to produce a Register of Relevant Lands and a Report on Relevant Public Land. Both of these tools facilitate the identification and assessment of the potential of relevant public land to provide affordable housing both now and in the future.
Report on Relevant Public Land
The Report on Relevant Public Land it the first-of-its-kind and is designed to serve as a strategic and on-going process to assess the potential of underutilised state-owned lands and to support in building a pipeline of potential land for the provision of affordable housing into the future. This first report identifies 83 parcels of land and assesses them as having the potential to deliver up to 67,000 new affordable homes over the medium to long term.Find out more
Register of Relevant Public Land Map
The Register of Relevant Lands is a public web map showing all relevant public lands. It is a requirement of the LDA Act 2021 that the Agency establish and maintain a register of all relevant public land and land owned by the agency or a subsidiary DAC. The LDA will continue to update the register as required.Find out more