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Changes For The New Zealand Property Board

Changes For The New Zealand Property Institute Board

Mr Chris Seagar has been re-elected for another year as President of the New Zealand Property Institute, it was announced today. This follows the institutes AGM in Queenstown, which was held in conjunction with the inaugural joint New Zealand and Australian Property Institute's conference, with over 675 at the Conference dinner.

Mr Seagar is a valuer with Seagar & Partners in Auckland and was first elected to the position in 2003.

The Institute also has a new Board member, Mr Chris Stanley of Canterbury. Chris replaces Mr Peter Noonan of Nelson, who is standing down after 3years on the Board. Chris is a Christchurch based valuer with Telfer Young Ltd. The Institute Board has also appointed Mr Gerard Logan to the newly created position of Vice President.

Mr John Greenwood, a Property Partner from legal firm Chapman Tripp, Wellington, has been appointed independent director for a further year.

President, Chris Seagar said today," "The Board and I both felt that it would be desirable that the current President serve a second term in order to see through some of initiatives put forward over the past year. These initiatives are designed to achieve the stated goal of the Property Institute to be the pre-eminent Body of Property Professionals in New Zealand and I look forward to that challenge". Mr Seagar concluded.

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