The Australian Government Property Register (AGPR) is a database that contains information on all of the Commonwealth's leased office accommodation and owned land. This information assists the Government identify opportunities for progressively improving the management of the Commonwealth property portfolio and informs Whole-of-Australian-Government property decision-making.
The AGPR also supports the government to deliver evidence based policy, and to ensure the property portfolio aligns with the Government's current and future needs.
Data contained in the AGPR is collected through two processes:
- Leased office data is obtained through an official collection process (see Leased Office Accommodation).
- Owned land data is updated whenever Finance becomes aware of changes, for example divestments (see Commonwealth Land Holdings).
Note: Information contained in the AGPR is not intended to be a fully comprehensive and only contains the core information to support the purpose of its usage.
If further details are required on individual leases or parcels of land, enquiries should be directed to the leasing or owning entity. Land owner information can be obtained from the Land and Titles offices in each state or territory.
Australian Government Data Requests
In limited circumstances, Commonwealth entities can access extracts from the AGPR data-set to assist inform policy making, support the efficient delivery of government services or government operations, assist in the implementation and assessment of government policy, and/or conduct research and development with clear and direct public benefits.
Usage is subject to the Privacy Act 1988 and Australian Privacy Principles and review of the proposed use of the data.
To obtain a AGPR Data Request form please email Finance at firstname.lastname@example.org