Property Council salutes two new life
The Property Council today welcomed
two industry leaders as new life members in the NSW Division – John Elvy
& Louise Joslin.
Property Council Honorary
Life Memberships are granted to a rare and select group.
Property Council NSW
Executive Director Jane Fitzgerald said today that both John Elvy and Louise Joslin
have contributed greatly to the property industry and the Property Council in
“It is my privilege and
honour to announce the honorary life memberships to these two great
individuals,” Ms Fitzgerald said.
“John is a property industry legend who has
made an enormous contribution to the real estate and
development professions for more than 40 years.
commitment to the growth of the property and
development industry within NSW is second to none. She has been a trailblazer and a dedicated
advocate for the industry she loves.
first woman in the NSW Division to receive an honorary life membership Louise
will continue to be at the vanguard of creating a more diverse property
John has had a critical role in driving the agenda of the Property
Council in NSW for two decades.
John’s roles as a key
industry player and in local government have served as a platform for him to
raise the profile of the Property Council and advocate for its causes.
He has served over 15 years as a member of NSW
Division Council including in the role of NSW Vice President of the Property
Council from 2008, assisting 3 Presidents during that time
John has contributed as a member of the Division
Management Committee, chaired the Property Council’s NSW Infrastructure
Taskforce and was a member of the NSW Planning Committee for 13 years
Since 2011, John has chaired the Congress
Committee responsible for determining content for the Property Congress, the
Property Council’s premier annual national event.
Louise’s achievements have impacted on all
spheres of activity within the Property Council.
Louise served as NSW President of the Property
Council during the time of the Sydney Olympics where she was pivotal in
providing a strong voice on behalf of the membership on the changes needed to
manage planning and infrastructure issues for the Olympics
She also established the Future Directions
Committee in NSW which still promotes the profile and growth of the next
generation of property professionals and delivers a successful event program.
Louise is still involved with the Property
Council, chairing the National Research Committee which explores the unmet
research needs of our members.
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