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Three low-rise piers, connected by two large glass atria, ensure Wellington's new BNZ Harbour Quays building is visually connected both within and across its office spaces and with the wider community
To enable projects of this scale to be realised, property owners, managers and investors need the support of up-to-date research, market information and network initiatives, on a local and a national level.
Leading the charge in the New Zealand marketplace is the Property Council New Zealand (PCNZ). The aim of this not-for-profit organisation, which represents commercial, industrial, retail, property fund and multi-unit residential property owners, managers and investors, is to provide opportunities for its members and to create, foster and promote a strong and vibrant property sector. PCNZ takes a multi-pronged approach to ensure it meets its objectives. At one level it pursues a policy of active involvement with central, local and other government-associated bodies, while at the same time it offers members advocacy, research, seminars and networking opportunities.
BNZ national managing partner – property finance, Graeme Free, says the bank values its relationship with the PCNZ and the opportunity to sponsor the council's annual conference.
"As the main organisation representing this industry, PCNZ presents many opportunities for insights into and networking within, the commercial sector," says Free.
For details on Property Council New Zealand, phone (09) 373 3086, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the website:www.propertynz.co.nz .
First published date: 25 November 2009