On the Move | February 2020

Jeremy Moore appointed Chief Development Officer

Jeremy Moore has been appointed Chief Development Officer at Ryman Healthcare.

Jeremy joined Ryman Healthcare’s development team in 2012 and has been Acting Chief Development Officer since May 2019.

Ryman Healthcare Chief Executive Gordon MacLeod said he was delighted to confirm Jeremy’s appointment.

"Jeremy has done a great job since he took over in an acting capacity last year and I’m thrilled to confirm his appointment," Mr MacLeod said.

"Our mission is to build as many Ryman communities as we can so that more people can benefit from the Ryman experience. Jeremy and his development team will play a crucial role in this growth and I’m looking forward to continuing to work alongside him."

 

Neil Donnelly to lead Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei property portfolio

Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei Whai Rawa Limited (Whai Rawa) has appointed Neil Donnelly as General Manager of Property Development.

With over 17 years of experience in the property industry, Neil joins the commercial arm of the Auckland hapū from the Todd Property Group, where he played an active role in some of New Zealand’s largest residential developments.

Neil’s previous roles have involved strategic planning and leadership, and extensive stakeholder engagement with neighbours, local communities and iwi for various projects.

Neil will take the lead on Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei Properties’ (NWOP) property portfolio. Its projects to-date include the award winning whānau housing development Kāinga Tuatahi in Ōrākei, and Kowhai Ridge, a successful joint venture with Fletcher Living. Current projects include Oneoneroa on the North Shore, the first major Auckland residential development headed by a local iwi, and the redevelopment at Eastcliffe retirement village in Ōrākei.

 

Catalyst Group welcomes Marisa Lorigan

Marisa Joins Catalyst with an extensive background in Commercial Interiors. Being a qualified Interior designer, Marisa started working in commercial furniture which lead to her moving to Australia and working with large corporate companies.

She then moved on to interior construction after completing her construct management diploma. During this time Marisa went to Silicon Valley in America and worked with companies; Facebook and Twitter and learnt to understand agile environments and technology in the work place. After working on some large construction refurbishments in Australia, Marisa moved back to New Zealand and has been successful in securing large corporate fit-out projects with in the New Zealand market.

Marisa is also an advocate of women in construction and property with memberships in the Property Council, Corenet NZ and Australia and is the founder of Tree of Knowledge NZ (TOK).

 

WSP appoints Carl Devereux as Water Director

Carl will lead WSP’s team of water specialists based across New Zealand, as they work with clients to facilitate management of the entire water lifecycle from source to tap and return to the environment.

Ian Blair, WSP Managing Director, says New Zealand’s water is coming under increasing pressure due to rapid urbanisation, food production challenges, aging infrastructure and climate change.

“I’m thrilled that Carl is bringing his considerable expertise in strategy and human-centered design to lead our specialists. Together they will work alongside clients to deliver infrastructure that is ready for the changes and challenges that our world faces now and into the future,” he says.

Carl joins from Aurecon, where he most recently held the position of Regional Director, NZ, and has more than 20 years industry experience in infrastructure delivery. He fills the position created by the retirement of Peter Mathewson.

 

Lane Neave announce new year promotions

Strength and capacity has been built and effort recognised at leading national law firm Lane Neave with five promotions.

Taking effect from 1 January 2020, the firm announced the promotion of:

Mike King, Christchurch, Litigation – Senior Associate
Jacob Nutt, Auckland, Corporate (Banking & Financial Services) – Associate
Julia Strickett, Auckland, Immigration – Associate
Josh Templeton, Wellington, Immigration – Senior Solicitor
Alex Stone, Christchurch, Corporate – Senior Solicitor

Lane Neave Managing Partner, Andrew Shaw says these talented young lawyers have made a significant contribution to the lives and business of their clients and to the firm overall.

“These promotions ensure Lane Neave continues to deliver high-quality legal advice to our diverse client base and enhance our well regarded immigration and corporate teams across the country. We continue to be impressed with the calibre of our young legal minds and are thrilled to be able to recognise their contributions with promotion,” said Shaw.

Lane Neave also welcomes new solicitor Cameron Hart to the Corporate team.

 


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