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Corporate Real Estate Special Interest Group

Tuesday 18 September 2001

Property Institute Announces Corporate Real Estate Special Interest Group

The New Zealand Property Institute today announced that it’s first Special Interest Group, Corporate Real Estate would be lead by Mr. Peter Dow of Dow Group Wellington.

NZPI CEO Conor English said today, ““Corporate Real estate is a vital part of the $428 billion property assets in which our members work. Peter will provide excellent leadership to develop professional development events and information tailored for Corporate Real estate practitioners.

“This is important for not only the professionals themselves, but also the New Zealand economy.

“With a broad membership of 3000 and growing, it is important that we get the benefits of having a broader cross sector of professionals, but we also need to focus on the specialist professional needs of our membership.

“This is a further step in the Institutes rapid evolution as we customize our services to the different groups within the property sector,” Mr. English said.

Announcement of specific Corporate Real estate initiatives would be made soon, as would further announcements of other interest groups.

“It is an exciting time for the property profession in New Zealand. Along with our new International linkages, the New Zealand Property Institute is positioning itself to best service its members and the country for a rapidly changing future.” Mr. English concluded.

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