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Ms Gregory has been Vice President since 2017. Image – Property Council NSW
  • Kim Gregory is the Fund Manager for Mandates at Investa Property Group
  • Has 30 years experience in the property industry
  • Takes the reign over from Carl Schibrowski

The Executive Director of the NSW division of the Property Council of Australia, Jane Fitzgerald, today announced Kim Gregory will become the new President.

Ms Gregory is the Fund Manager for Mandates at Investa Property Group and has 30 years of experience in the property industry, including in asset management roles for companies such as AMP Capital and Brookfield Multiplex.

In addition to this, she has been on Property Council committees for most of the past decade and has held leadership roles including the Vice Presidency which she has held since 2017.

Upon being announced as the incoming President, Ms Gregory said she is honoured and looks forward to representing members throughout New South Wales.

“The Property Council does a fantastic job advocating for industry across so many of the key issues that impact members – whether that be return to office post COVID, critical tax and policy issues, or advocating for change in our planning system – its reach and impact is impressive,” said Ms Gregory.

“I look forward to working with the Division Council and the Property Council team to deliver on the objectives for this year and to ensure that our industry is well-positioned, as we move into an improved economic environment.”

She will hold the reigns for the next two years, taking over from Carl Schibrowski, who will continue as Immediate Past President within the division’s management committee.

On behalf of the Property Council, Ms Fitzgerald praised the outgoing President for managing the division effectively during the pandemic.

“On behalf of NSW members of the Property Council I thank Carl for his tireless efforts and commitment over many years but never more so than in 2020 where his leadership, support and guidance was invaluable,” Ms Fitzgerald said.

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