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Property Institute Announces New Board

Wednesday 29 May 2002

The New Zealand Property Institute today announced its new Board of Directors and President following recent elections at its National AGM & Conference held in Rotorua at the Millennium Hotel.

The new board consists of

Southern Region:
Peter Noonan, Nelson/ Marlborough
Gary Sellars, Canterbury
John Church, Canterbury

Central Region
Gerard Logan, Hawkes Bay
Anthony Robertson, Wellington

Northern Region:
Chris Seagar, Auckland
Mark Sigglekow, Auckland

At the first Board meeting immediately following the AGM, Anthony Robertson was elected as President, for a second term.

Anthony Robertson said today, "The property sector is a very important part of the economy. The Institute has made much progress over the last year to achieve the outcomes of its business plan and achieved some significant milestones. However there is still much to do. I look forward to working with the new Board and the Executive staff over the coming year as we continue to grow and develop," Mr Robertson concluded.

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