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Remarkables Park Sponsor Property Institute Awards

Thursday 22 April 2004


The 2004 NZ Property Institute awards will be sponsored by Queenstown property development company, Remarkables Park Ltd, it was announced today. Top performers from New Zealand's Property industry will be recognised at the awards which are to be held as part of the first joint New Zealand and Australian Property Institutes Conference, on 22 and 23 July.

Institute CEO, Conor English, said today, "The property sector plays a very important part in our economy and affects every New Zealander in some way. We need to acknowledge our academics, media, youth, innovators and professionals, who all contribute to our sectors success. We are pleased to have Remarkables Park join us in recognising those who achieve."

The awards to be presented include the Young Property Professional of the Year Award, the Journalism Award, the Academic Award, the Innovation In Property Award, and the premier Property Industry Award.

Remarkables Park managing director Alastair Porter said "Our company is delighted to be a sponsor of the conference and, in particular, to sponsor the awards recognising excellence in the profession".

Remarkables Park is developing an extensive master planned project of 149ha, designed by the renowned North American planner, Eldon Beck. Located at the future geographical centre of Queenstown, the unique Remarkables Park Zone provides for a mixed use Town Centre with a Quayside Resort Village, extensive high density accommodation options, recreation and community facilities, and a future ferry transport link to the older downtown.

Completed stages include five large format retailers, with further retail expansion in 2004, and approximately 100 residences. Work is currently underway on Stage II of the shopping Centre (approximately 6,000 sqm) commencing with a central plaza providing a multiple food and beverage destination due for completion in September this year. Architecture and quality landscaping that celebrate the region and complement the stunning natural landscape are important components of the project.

The Remarkables Park site enjoys full sun year round and stunning, uninterrupted views of Coronet Peak and The Remarkables mountain range. Much of the zone overlooks the picturesque Kawarau River and to the east the famous Shotover River. Further information about the awards and application forms can be found at Alternatively please contact:


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