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Auckland Property People Awards Winners Announced

Auckland Property People Awards Winners Announced


The third annual Auckland Property People Award winners have been announced at a sold-out event, held at Auckland’s Hilton on Friday evening (2 Nov).

Four hundred people came together for the Awards evening which recognised eight category winners who have shown excellence, leadership, and innovation in the Auckland property industry.

The Ignite Urban Design Award went to the Auckland Airport Property Team for their work on The Landing, Stage 2.

“The Auckland Airport Property team has shared a consistent vision to develop a world-class industrial business park, setting itself apart as a market leader who focuses not only on functionality, but also on driving quality design that will endure over time,” says Property Council Auckland Branch President Michael Holloway.

“They have been described as exceptionally professional and results-focused. The team culture is strong, professional yet relaxed, with a high-level of respect and appreciation for everyone’s individual expertise. The Landing Stage 2 delivers world-class architecture and urban design, transport connectivity, and amenity, all aimed at enriching the working experience of its tenants and the surrounding community – a vision brought to life by this spectacular group of people.”

“We believe in celebrating the people who create our city, and tonight’s award winners are certainly worth celebrating. They have all demonstrated excellence in shaping, supporting and invigorating growth and property development in Auckland,” he says.” ENDS
2018 Award Winners
Buchan Sheree Cooney Memorial Young Achiever Award Chris Farhi, Colliers International

Ignite Urban Design Award
Auckland Airport Property Team

Barker & Associates Best Team Award
Wynyard Development Team

JLL Property Professional of the Year Award
Lloyd Budd, Bayleys Real Estate

Resene Women in Property Award
Kelly Bunyan, Spark

Rider Levett Bucknall Outstanding Leadership Award
Colleen Seth, University of Auckland

BSA Law Long Service Award
Waren Warfield, founding director of RCP

AMP Capital Judges Choice Award
Alastair Kent-Johnston, Blue Barn Consulting

Greenstone Group Auckland Supreme Award for Excellence
Chris Farhi, Colliers International

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