The New South Wales Division of the Property Council of Australia has elected a new Division Council and President for the next two years.
Carl Schibrowski, Head of Development for Brookfield Properties, has been elected the new NSW President.
Carl holds has held senior roles at Charter Hall, Macquarie and Lend Lease and has worked internationally in Spain and the United States.
He has been an active participant in the Property Council since 2009 and has most recently been the NSW Division’s Vice President and a member of the National Cities Roundtable.
Mr Schibrowski said today that it is an important time for the Property Council to continue to perform a leadership role in the design and growth of our state.
“There has never been a more important time for the Property Council to be a thought leader in creating places that are liveable, sustainable and create economic opportunity,” Mr Schibrowski said.
This comes after the Opal Tower situation which saw the residential building evacuated twice during the Christmas holidays.
“The property Industry provides 311,000 direct jobs in NSW and pays 17 billion dollars in taxes – strong advocacy for the industry is critical to ensure we continue to see our industry grow and contribute to the future of NSW.
“Issues such as planning and tax reform, building great cities, encouraging emerging sectors such as build to rent and seeing the opportunity in the Western City aerotropolis realised will all be key priorities for the Property Council.”
Carl replaces Stockland’s Louise Mason who has led the Division for the past three years.
“I’m proud to take on this leadership position and help to drive outcomes that benefit the whole industry, continue to strengthen the Property Council’s position in the Illawarra and Hunter regions and cement our presence in Western Sydney.” Mr Schibrowski concluded.