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New Fellows At Conference

The New Zealand Property Institute Announces New Fellows At Conference

The New Zealand Property Institute awarded Fellowships to members for the first time at its recent very successful Conference held in Christchurch attended by over 300 people.

The Institute, awards fellowships in recognition of distinguished services to the Institute and the profession. 2001 recipients are:

Peter Michael Noonan - Nelson Branch
Alexander Charles Hayward - Nelson Branch
Philip John Smith - Canterbury Branch
Jeffrey Kenneth Orchiston - Otago Branch
Gary Ross Gillespie - Rotorua Branch
James Sinclair Veitch - Rotorua Branch
Anthony Gerald Hilton - Auckland Branch
Weston Walter Kerr - Auckland Branch

New Zealand Property Institute President Alan Ford said today,” These property Professionals have distinguished themselves at both the Institute and professional level. We congratulate them on their award.”

The New Zealand Property Institute was launched in 2000 to take the profession into the 21st century. The Institute has a membership of some 3000 key property professionals, who provide services in a number of property related areas involving people, places and spaces. These include; property management, property consultancy, property development, property valuation (rural, residential, commercial and industrial), facilities management, plant and machinery valuation, financial analysis, real estate sales and leasing, project management, and others.

The Institute promotes a code of ethical conduct and provides a range of membership services and benefits.

The Institute has 17 branches across provincial and metropolitan New Zealand, a number of overseas members, and is affiliated to a number of other international property organisations.


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