Calling all Bay of Plenty Property Heroes

The awards are open to both members and non-members of Property Council New Zealand who are based in the Bay of Plenty region.

If your colleagues or clients are making a difference in the community nominate them for the Bay of Plenty Property People Awards.

The Property People Awards are for the local property industry and business community in the Bay of Plenty to celebrate outstanding contributions to the regions built environment and economy.

The awards are open to both members and non-members of Property Council New Zealand who are based in the Bay of Plenty region.

 The four award categories include those that focus on individuals with outstanding leadership and consultancy skills, and the up-and-comers.

Judge and member of Colliers International Rachel Emmerson says the panel is looking forward to assessing the nominations which will undoubtedly demonstrate the quality of expertise that make the industry successful.

“This event is about the people driving progress in the region we are so passionate about.

“It is important for everyone in the industry to see and recognise the efforts lifting the standard.

“The Bay of Plenty is incredibly important to the rest of New Zealand. We want to highlight its skill and talent pool through these awards.

“It is not just for Property Council members, but anyone across the public and private sector who has committed themselves to progress and prosperity.”

Bay of Plenty Branch President Brooke Courtney urges property professionals to nominate a colleague, client or themselves.

“The Property Council runs these regional awards right across New Zealand, and we are very pleased they are now arriving in the Bay.

“This will be a chance to relax and celebrate with your industry peers and celebrate the many successes in our region.”


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