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TPG Appoints Conor English As Commercial Director

13 December 2005

The Property Group Limited Appoints Outgoing Property Institute Ceo Conor English As Commercial Director

The Property Group Limited's ("TPG") Managing Director, Mr Greg Ball, today announced the appointment of Conor English as his organisations new Commercial Director.

Mr Ball said today, "After an extensive and exhaustive process, I am delighted to announce the appointment of Conor English to the newly created role of Commercial Director at TPG. Conor comes to TPG from the Property Institute of New Zealand where he has held the position of Chief Executive for close to six years. Conor brings a wealth of relevant experience to the position to add to the excellent team already at TPG"

Mr English said, "I am very excited about this new role, working for a dynamic organisation which has an established base in the property sector. I look forward to working with the excellent staff of TPG to provide solutions to a broad range of clients who operate across the New Zealand economy."

TPG has some 75 advisors and consultants across a network of thirteen offices around New Zealand. Solutions are provided to a broad range of public and private sector clients with a focus on the energy, telecommunications, housing, transportation, corporate real estate and Territorial Local Authorities sectors.

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