UDI Alberta is the recognized voice of the land development industry, representing members in provincial matters across Alberta. Our robust committee structure supports those goals and KPIs set out in the UDI Alberta Strategic Plan.
All committee activity and members work to ensure the success of UDI Alberta’s two strategic pillars:
1. Government Advocacy
Continuously work with government and other stakeholders to ensure that policy and legislation foster investment, choice, growth, and commitment to building communities.
2. Communication, Engagement and Education of Members and Stakeholders
Effectively communicate and engage with members, Chapter boards and stakeholders.
Act as an education resource.
CURRENT UDIA COMMITTEES
Government Relations Committee
The GR Committee is made up of 7 land developer members and 2 staff. The committee meets once per month and its efforts are focused on engaging with members of the provincial and municipal governments in support of advancing our policy interests and influencing policy. The committee also identifies strategies to ensure that UDI Alberta continues to be the recognized voice of the land development industry.
The MGA Committee is made up of 6 land developer members and 1 staff. The committee meets once per month and focuses its efforts on the ongoing provincial MGA review and the new MGA legislation. Activities include work as part of the Minister of Municipal Affairs Symposium Working Group on Funding Development in Alberta Municipalities and the Ministry’s MGA Review Business and Industry Focus Group.
The Environment Committee is made up of 4 associate members and 1 staff. The committee meets once per month and is responsible to the UDI Alberta Board for developing strategies that identify development industry needs and promote stakeholder partnerships in an effort to resolving environmental issues in Alberta.
Shallow Utilities Committee
The Shallow Utilities Committee is made up of 7 land developer members and associate members and 1 staff. The committee meets once per month and is responsible to the UDI Alberta Board for developing strategies that identify the real estate development industry needs and promote a partnership approach to resolving shallow utility issues with the various services in Alberta.
Annual Conference Committee
The Annual Conference Committee is an ad hoc committee made up of land developer members and associate members. This committee comes together to lay the format and foundation for the annual conference. Members support the committee by providing guidance and ideas with respect to session speakers, topics and overall activities related to the conference.
In Spring 2016, UDI Alberta will strike a committee to address the issues of transportation and infrastructure at the provincial level. More information on this committee will be available in May 2016.
Regional Relations Committee
In Spring 2016, UDI Alberta will strike a committee to address the issue of regional cooperation and coordination. More information on this committee will be available in May 2016.
For more information on the above committees, please email UDI Alberta.