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Commercial and industrial property sector appointment


Media Release
31.01.2013
Commercial and industrial property sector appointment by Bayleys in Northland

Real estate agency chain Bayleys North of Auckland has appointed Ross Blackmore as its new commercial and industrial manager for the region.
Mr Blackmore will oversee growth of Bayleys’ market share and capability in the region extending from Silverdale to Cape Reinga.
Originally from the Kaipara, Mr Blackmore has 27 years experience in the commercial property sector. That expertise includes valuation and commercial property development and investment.

He was previously the general manager of NZX-listed Property for Industry Ltd, and is a director of both Ngati Whatua Orakei Whai Rawa Ltd, and the Northland Port Corporation. Blackmore is a registered valuer and a member of the New Zealand Institute of Valuers, the New Zealand Property Institute, and the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors.


Caption: Bayleys’ new Northland-based commercial and industrial manager Ross Blackmore.

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