New Zealand Property Professional Awards 2024

These prestigious awards recognise professional excellence in the industry and across our professional communities. Further your incredible career or that of a colleague. Elevate the reputation of a property business. Nominate now!

The awards will be presented on the 22nd October at the National Property Ball in Auckland. The Ball is a brand new event on the property industry calendar and is the Institutes’ premier social, networking and celebratory event of the year! For more information on the National Property Ball click here.

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Tues 22nd Oct 2024

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6.30pm - Midnight

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Awards List

Property Institute of New Zealand Awards

Open for Principal Sponsorship (Naming Sponsor)

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Open for Principal Sponsorship

Sponsored by CoreLogic

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Joint Property Institute of New Zealand and New Zealand Institute of Valuers Award

Sponsored by Opteon

The Commercial Property Managers Institute

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The Institute of Property Advisors and Consultants

Sponsored by LPMS - Land Professionals Mutual Society

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Property Institute of New Zealand

President’s Award

Open for sponsorship

The highly esteemed President’s Award is bestowed at the sole discretion of the Property Institute President and honours the significant contribution of an individual whose service has positively impacted the Institute and its members. Someone who has gone above and beyond the call of duty, showing unwavering commitment while inspiring those around them.

Who will it be in 2024? Could it be you?

Attend the National Property Ball to find out!

Award Winner 2023 Blue Hancock FPINZ Life FNZIV Life

Property Institute of New Zealand

Supreme Award: The Property Industry Award

Open for Principal Sponsorship

The Supreme Award is presented to an individual who has demonstrated the qualities of leadership and vision and who has positively impacted on the property sector, economy and community.

The award is open to all members of the Property Institute across all grades of membership and who has been a member for at least 12 months.

Sounds like you, or someone you know?

Award Winner 2023 Peter Mence FPINZ

Property Institute of New Zealand

Future Leader Award

Sponsored by CoreLogic

The Future Leader Award recognises an outstanding and emerging professional within the New Zealand property industry and is awarded to encourage our Future Leaders. The award recipient will have demonstrated initiative, innovation, leadership and a strong, positive contribution to their professional community. The recipient will also be able to show how they are positioning themselves for a future in the industry.

The award is open to all members of the Property Institute across all categories of membership and who has been a member for at least 12 months. There is no age limit but nominees must have only had limited experience or exposure to leadership or governance processes during their career to date.

Sounds like you, or someone you know?

Award Winner 2023 Divya Patel MPINZ

Property Institute of New Zealand

Graduate of the Year Award

Open for sponsorship

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The Graduate of the Year award recognises an outstanding recent property graduate and is awarded to celebrate the achievements and potential of new entrants into the property professions. The award recipient will have demonstrated a notable contribution to their organisation and the property professions since graduating; shown commitment to their own personal development and progression; and displayed promise in their ability to inspire others.

The award is open to all Property Institute Graduate members that graduated from their course of study no more than 24 months prior to making the award nomination.

Sounds like you, or someone you know?

Sounds like you, or someone you know?

Property Institute of New Zealand

Professional Business of the Year - Large Business

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The Professional Business of the Year Award (Large Business) is presented to a business operating in the property sector who has positively impacted on the sector, economy and community and has demonstrated innovation in providing its services. The recipient will have mentored and supported its staff to upskill, promoted diversity and inclusion and developed the profession’s future leaders.

The award is open to all businesses operating in the New Zealand property sector that employs over 50 full-time-equivalent staff. The Board and/or senior leadership team of the business must have at least one full member of the Property Institute or the New Zealand Institute of Valuers and who must have been a member for at least 12 months.

Sounds like your business, or one that you know?

Award Winner 2023 JLL

Property Institute of New Zealand

Professional Business of the Year - Small Business

Open for sponsorship

The Professional Business of the Year Award (Small Business) is presented to a business operating in the property sector who has positively impacted on the sector, economy and community and has demonstrated innovation in providing its services. The recipient will have mentored and supported its staff to upskill, promoted diversity and inclusion and developed the profession’s future leaders.

The award is open to all businesses operating in the New Zealand property sector that employs under 50 full-time-equivalent staff. The Board and/or senior leadership team of the business must have at least one full member of the Property Institute or the New Zealand Institute of Valuers and who must have been a member for at least 12 months.

Sounds like your business, or one that you know?

Award Winner 2023 Trust Management

Property Institute of New Zealand & The New Zealand Institute of Valuers

Outstanding Valuation Contribution Award

Sponsored by Opteon

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The Outstanding Valuation Contribution award is awarded jointly by the Property Institute of New Zealand and the New Zealand Institute of Valuers and recognises a valuer that has made a significant contribution on behalf of the valuation profession for the benefit of the Property Institute and the New Zealand Institute of Valuers and has worked to further the joint objectives of the Institutes.

The award is open to all members of PINZ and NZIV across all grades of membership who has been a member for at least 12 months and has contributed to the Institutes’ education programme or has been involved with the Institutes’ branches, boards, councils or committees.

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New Zealand Institute of Valuers

Iain Gribble Memorial Award

The Iain Gribble Memorial Award is the New Zealand Institute of Valuers Premier Award that may be awarded annually at the discretion of NZIV Council to a member that has given significantly in the area of mentoring and support to the valuer community, who embraces the comradery of the profession, and who is an advocate for valuer concerns and issues. In this respect, the widest discretion may be exercised in the determination of “mentoring”, “support” and “valuer advocacy” though it should be noted that long service to the NZIV, for which other forms of recognition are available, will not be of paramount consideration. Only one award can be made each year and the award need not be made in any year in which the awarding panel considers that no nominee has reached the desired standard.

This award is open to any member of the NZIV. Nominations for this award must come from the branch network but it should be noted that the award is made at the discretion of the NZIV Council and the awarding panel may make the award to any person being a member of the NZIV and not necessarily to an individual nominated by the branches.

Sounds like you, or someone you know?

Award Winner 2023 Wayne Nyberg FNZIV FPINZ

New Zealand Institute of Valuers

John M. Harcourt Memorial Award

The John M. Harcourt Memorial Award is made at the discretion of the New Zealand Institute of Valuers Council and may be made annually to any person whom the Council considers to have had a distinguished career in valuation and given outstanding service to the valuation profession. Only one award can be made each year and the award need not be made in any year in which the awarding panel considers that no nominee has reached the desired standard.

This award is open to any member of the NZIV. Nominations for this award must come from the branch network but it should be noted that the award is made at the discretion of the NZIV Council and the awarding panel may make the award to any person being a member of the NZIV and not necessarily to an individual nominated by the branches.

Sounds like you, or someone you know?

Award Winner 2023 Ken Taylor FNZIV FPINZ

The Commercial Property Managers Institute

Commercial Property Manager of the Year

Open for sponsorship

The Commercial Property Manager of the Year award is made at the discretion ofTthe Commercial Property Managers Institute (COMPRO) Council and may be made annually to any person whom the Council considers to have shown exceptional levels of professionalism, excellence, best practice and service to the commercial property managers profession.

The award is open to any member of the Property Institute that identifies with the COMPRO community and who has been a member for at least 12 months.

Sounds like you, or someone you know?

Award Winner 2023 Ian Campbell FPINZ

The Institute of Property Advisors and Consultants

Property Advisor of the Year

Sponsored by LPMS - Land Professionals Mutual Society

The Property Advisor of the Year award is made at the discretion of The Institute of Property Advisors & Consultants (IPAC) Council and may be made annually to any person whom the Council considers to have shown exceptional levels of professionalism, excellence, best practice and service to the property advisory and consultancy profession.

The award is open to any member of the Property Institute that identifies with the IPAC community and who has been a member for at least 12 months.

Sounds like you, or someone you know?

Award Winner 2023 Trish Willis

Key dates

Award nominations open: 31st May 2024

Award nominations close: 31st July 2024

Finalists announced: August 2024

Winners awarded: National Property Ball

Tuesday 22nd October 2024, Cordis Hotel, Auckland

Cordis Hotel, Auckland

Important information

Annual awards

The Property Institute and its Professional Communities reserve the right to postpone or cancel any awards in any year.

Only one award can be made each year and any award need not be made in any year in which the awarding panel considers that no nominee has reached the desired standard.


Awards presentation

The presentation of the awards will be made at the National Property Ball, Cordis Hotel Auckland on Tuesday 22 October 2024. Finalists and award winners are encouraged to attend the National Property Ball (at their own expense).


Awarding Panel

Nominations will be judged by an Awarding Panel and the decision of the Awarding Panel is final.


Personal information and marketing consent

By making a nomination, nominees consent to their personal details being used for the purpose of considering their entry. The details provided on the nomination form, including the nominees photograph, may be used for promotional purposes and a list of award winners will be published across a variety of Property Institute communication channels.


Intellectual property

By making a nomination, nominees confirm that there is no infringement of any intellectual property right (IP). Individuals being nominated must declare that ownership of any IP associated with the nomination is theirs alone, or if the IP is shared with others, the consent of those other joint holders of the IP has been obtained and is acknowledged as part of the nomination. When an individual is being nominated by others without their knowledge, the nominator must undertake due diligence to be as certain as possible that there are no contestable IP matters involved. If there is doubt, it is better that the nomination is made with the consent of the individual being nominated. The Property Institute, in making any award, will consider that any intellectual property rights rest with the nominee and will not undertake any investigation itself or be held responsible for any breach of IP.


Nomination Documents

Nominations and supporting documents will not be returned and, once nominations are lodged, nominees will not be permitted to make alterations to their award submission after the closing date. The Property Institute may seek further information from nominees as deemed necessary.


NZIV Awards

Nominations for the Iain Gribble Memorial Award and the John M. Harcourt Memorial Award must come from the NZIV branch network. Any nominations received will be forwarded to the relevant branch, however, the branch has full discretion as to whether to take a nomination forward. Submitting a nomination does not guarantee that the branch will present it to the NZIV Council for consideration and the Council can bestow the awards upon any NZIV member and not necessarily a member nominated by the branches.


Contact Us

For awards enquires please contact: Scott McLew, s.mclew@property.org.nz

For sponsorship enquires please contact: Rebecca van Etten, rebecca@property.org.nz

Phone: 0800 698 258 or +64 4 471 5540

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