Property Council appoints 2017-2018 Gold Coast Committee
The Property Council of Australia – Queensland Division is proud to announce the members of its Gold Coast Committee for the 2017-2018 term.
The Property Council of Australia is the country’s leading advocate for the $670 billion property industry and currently runs 13 committees in Queensland, including one solely focused on issues affecting the Sunshine Coast.
A record number of nominations were received from a cross-section of the market, reinforcing the importance of these committees to our industry.
Within the Gold Coast local government area, the property industry accounts for 16% of all full time jobs and contributes $1.88 billion in wages annually.
The Property Council would like to congratulate our 2017-2018 Gold Coast Committee members:
- Chair: Tania Moore, Knight Frank Australia Pty Ltd
- Deputy Chair: Gareth Richardson, Stockland
- Lucy Ardern, Rowland
- Mark Burow, Rider Levett Bucknall
- Geoff Coghlin, Foresight Partners Pty Ltd
- Kevin Gogolka, Multiplex
- Karen Greenwood, Gadens
- Eloise Harrison, Lendlease
- Paul Jones, Bennett + Bennett Surveyors + Planners
- Tim Kelly, Villa World
- Bryce Melville, MinterEllison
- Lisa Murdoch, JLL
- Daniel Parker, MacroPlan
- Ben Rayward, RPS Project Management
- Kate Rogers, RPS
- Stuart Sanford, Wyndham Vacation Resorts Asia Pacific Pty Ltd
- Brett Saville, The Buchan Group
- Matthew Schneider, Urbis
- Chris Sheehan, Woolworths Limited
- Alan Tayt, Buildcorp
- Jason Whittley, Sunland Group Limited
- Robin Wright, Robin H Wright Pty Ltd
Incoming Gold Coast Committee Chair, Knight Frank’s Gold Coast Joint Managing Director - Tania Moore, said the committee will focus on ensuring the policy settings are in place to enable the industry to deliver job-creating opportunities on the Gold Coast.
“The committee will be championing the delivery of some of the key infrastructure projects that will unlock the Gold Coast’s full economic potential, such as M1 upgrades and the Intra-Regional Transport Corridor,” Ms Moore said.
“We will also be focusing in on some of the red tape and regulatory constraints which are holding the city back.”
The Property Council’s first Gold Coast lunch of 2017, to be held on Friday 17th March at QT Hotel, will provide a market outlook for the Gold Coast’s residential, tourism, and retail property sectors. Registrations can be made at: www.propertycouncil.com.au/events