Today, Property Council New Zealand released our Integrated Annual Report for the 2021 financial year. The report highlights the extraordinary measures taken by the organisation to mitigate the impact of the pandemic and considerable foresight of both our governance and management team to ensure the association’s long-term viability.
As a not-for-profit membership organisation, measurement of Property Council’s success is less about dollars and cents and more about impact and outcomes.
For a third year, we are integrating Impact Reporting methodologies and classifications into our reporting, in the hope this better explains our work and the impact we are making.
While reporting in this way is much more effective, it also requires significant consideration and rumination. We would like to thank the graphic design team at Attraction Studio for working with us to produce this year’s Integrated Annual Report and our Head of Communications, Kelly Taylor for writing the content and putting the jigsaw puzzle together.
FY21 at a glance
- NEW Constitution
- NEW membership structure
- 580 member companies
- 44 submissions to local and central government
- 85 events (35 online / 50 in-person)
- $3.65m in revenue
(down 23% on FY20)
- $118,417 operational surplus
- NEW membership software
- NEW brand
- 173 key stakeholder meetings
- 10,056 event attendees
- 40% female attendance at events
(up from 36% in FY20)
- 45% female speakers at events
(up from 42% in FY20)