About Land Syndicates

Peet pioneered the land syndication model and is one of the largest and most successful residential land syndicators in Australia.  Syndicate investors have shared in the success of many of our most popular residential communities, including Burns Beach on Western Australia's Indian Ocean; Brimbank Gardens and Tarneit Gardens in Melbourne; and the multi-award winning Warner Lakes in Brisbane.  

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How do Syndicates Work?

Syndication offers small and large investors the chance to participate in the ownership and development of a parcel of land, earmarked for future residential development.

Watch your investment grow and take shape as it moves through the development process of planning, construction, subdivision and sale of the resulting new blocks.


The process works like this:

  1. Peet identifies a strategically located parcel of land and assesses the opportunity.
  2. Peet sets up the syndicate company or trust ("syndicate').
  3. Peet negotiates and completes the purchase of the land parcel by the syndicate.
  4. Independent experts including lawyers, engineers, economists, valuers, planners and accountants are commissioned as part of the rigorous due diligence detailed in the prospectus.
  5. The offer is made to investors through a prospectus or product disclosure statement (referred to as an 'offer document' throughout this website) lodged with ASIC.
  6. Investors registered with Peet receive the offer document, complete the application if they wish to invest and then receive their investment allocation.
  7. Peet assigns an experienced project development team.
  8. The required planning and development approvals are sought and obtained.
  9. Stage one construction commences and the first lots are released for sale.
  10. Construction and sale of lots continue in staged releases throughout the life of the project.
  11. Securityholders are kept informed on the progress of the development through regular updates.
  12. As company profits emerge, dividends are paid to securityholders and capital is also returned progressively, as funds, taxation legislation and legislation permit.
  13. The development is completed, the syndicate is wound up and final dividends and returns of capital are made to securityholders.

Explore our current syndicates and trusts or register your interest in our new opportunities as they become available.