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Norah Barlow appointed Non-Executive Director

31 March 2014

Norah Barlow appointed Non-Executive Director

Ingenia Communities (ASX: INA) is pleased to announce the appointment of Norah Barlow as an independent Non-Executive Director effective 31 March 2014.

Norah has recently retired from Summerset as their Chief Executive Officer, a position she has held for 12 years. Summerset is the third largest retirement village operator and the second largest developer of villages in New Zealand. Its success in the retirement sector under the leadership of Norah is well known within the investment community in New Zealand and Australia. Norah is a past President of Retirement Villages Association, a role she has held for six years. Norah is also currently an independent director for Cigna Life Insurance, and will remain with Summerset in a non-executive director capacity on their Board.

Jim Hazel, Chairman of Ingenia, said, “We are very pleased to be able to attract someone of Norah’s calibre to join the Ingenia Board. Norah’s extensive experience in retirement living operations and development will further broaden the Board’s depth of industry knowledge and her guidance as a director will be instrumental as Ingenia advances its growth as a leading Australian seniors living business.”

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