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Chris Duggan has considerable experience in the strata industry. Image – SCA.
  • Strata Community Association (SCA) has announced Chris Duggan and Joshua Baldwin as their new President and Vice-President.
  • This comes as Andrew Chambers departs SCA after serving the industry for 20 years, with his last three as national president
  • Duggan and Baldwin have both served in the industry for some time

Strata Community Association (SCA) has announced Chris Duggan and Joshua Baldwin as their new president and vice-president.

This comes as Andrew Chambers departs SCA after serving the industry for 20 years, with his last three as national president.

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“For anyone thinking about a career in strata management, get on board because it is a wonderful rewarding industry to be involved in,” said Mr Chambers.

New national president Mr Duggan is Bright & Duggan Property Group’s group managing director, an inaugural chair of the NSW Property Services Expert Panel, and has served SCA since 2009 being director, and then New South Wales president since 2015.

During his time, Mr Duggan oversaw the implementation of some of Australia’s strongest strata legislation and built strong relationships with government leading to positive results for the strata industry.

Mr Duggan said, “There are many issues that go beyond state borders and our industry can profit from collaboration, knowledge-sharing and leadership as we forge a path forward on issues such as building defects and cladding, strata insurance, sustainability, professional standards, and our path forward out of the COVID pandemic.”

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“Our members are looking at us to drive innovation and professionalism in the industry and I believe I am ideally positioned to assist Chris and the Board achieve this,” said Mr Baldwin.

New vice-president Joshua Baldwin, since 2018, was the president of SCA in South Australia and the Northern Territory, a board member since 2020, and is currently the executive director at Munro Property Group.

Mr Baldwin said, “the $1.2 trillion strata sector continues to grow over $100 million in projects in the pipeline around the country reflect how our sector will continue to support more economic growth in turn job creation in our industry for decades to come.”

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