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    Default APIA: Commercial Property Investment: Avoiding the Pitfalls

    Central Auckland Group
    28th April 2009
    7pm arrival for 7.30 prompt start
    Email [email protected] for registration
    Entry fees: $5 cash for members and $15 for non members


    Phil Hinton of KCL Property, experts in commercial property management and development, will speak to APIA members on

    1. Plus's and Minus's of Types of Commercial Investment;
    2. What is in a Return?
    3. Market Overview - where to from here;
    4. Due Diligence done the Right Way;
    5. Leases and How to Interpret Them; and
    6. What is Good Property Management.

    Speaker Profile - Phil Hinton Executive Director of KCL Property, New Plymouth and Auckland

    Phil Hinton is an Executive Director for KCL Property, a company that specialises in direct commercial property investment, commercial property development and a full range of management functions including lease, facilities and financial management of its properties. The group comprises 27 people, located between the New Plymouth and Auckland offices.

    KCL Property has a current portfolio of nearly NZ$500m spread throughout mostly metropolitan locations within New Zealand, as well as in Brisbane, Australia. With 330 tenants and 110 properties, KCL is a major player in the direct property investment industry in New Zealand, having been in business since 1993.

    Phil was born in Fiji but grew up and was educated in Whanganui, where he was Head boy at Whanganui High School in 1975. He then took up an urban valuation cadetship with the then Valuation Department in Wellington in 1976 through to 1979, where he won the Institute Professional prize for 1979. In 1980 he moved to Christchurch and spent a yearís full time study at Lincoln University doing a Diploma in Valuation and Property Management before commencing work with Challenge Properties, looking after shopping centres and the Grosvenor Properties portfolio Industrial portfolio for the South Island.

    In 1982 he moved to New Plymouth to take up a position as a partner in Larmers, one of the main Taranaki valuation practices. From 1982 to 2002, Phil was responsible for the commercial and industrial valuation and consultancy component of that practice, which has now become Telfer Young (Taranaki) Ltd. During that time he also completed several major arbitrations on rent reviews, and was also used as an umpire, determining many valuation disputes in locations throughout the lower North Island.

    In the early 1990ís, Phil became heavily involved with the New Plymouth Chamber of Commerce, resurrecting it into a fully sponsored and operational organisation that has grown to a very strong position today. For this, he was made a life member in 2003.

    In 2002, Phil joined Bryce Barnett, the founder and Managing Director of KCL Property. The business has grown substantially since 2002, now having approximately 700 investors in 45 property syndicates throughout New Zealand in Brisbane.

    Currently Phil is Vice President and National Board member of The Property Institute of New Zealand, also fulfilling the role of Chairperson of the Property Advisory section of that Institute.

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    This meeting will be held at the Fickling Convention Centre at 546 Mt Albert Road, Three Kings

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    28th April 2009
    This has been posted today but is an ad for a talk to be given a year ago?

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    Davo - Thank you so much for pointing it out - it is actually for 28th April 2010 I will fix it now!

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    Central Auckland Group
    28th April 2010
    7pm arrival for 7.30 prompt start
    Email [email protected] for registration
    Entry fees: $5 cash for members and $15 for non members


    Phil Hinton of KCL Property, experts in commercial property management and development, will speak to APIA members on

    1. Plus's and Minus's of Types of Commercial Investment;
    2. What is in a Return?
    3. Market Overview - where to from here;
    4. Due Diligence done the Right Way;
    5. Leases and How to Interpret Them; and
    6. What is Good Property Management.

    Speaker Profile - Phil Hinton Executive Director of KCL Property, New Plymouth and Auckland

    Phil Hinton is an Executive Director for KCL Property, a company that specialises in direct commercial property investment, commercial property development and a full range of management functions including lease, facilities and financial management of its properties. The group comprises 27 people, located between the New Plymouth and Auckland offices.

    KCL Property has a current portfolio of nearly NZ$500m spread throughout mostly metropolitan locations within New Zealand, as well as in Brisbane, Australia. With 330 tenants and 110 properties, KCL is a major player in the direct property investment industry in New Zealand, having been in business since 1993.

    Phil was born in Fiji but grew up and was educated in Whanganui, where he was Head boy at Whanganui High School in 1975. He then took up an urban valuation cadetship with the then Valuation Department in Wellington in 1976 through to 1979, where he won the Institute Professional prize for 1979. In 1980 he moved to Christchurch and spent a year’s full time study at Lincoln University doing a Diploma in Valuation and Property Management before commencing work with Challenge Properties, looking after shopping centres and the Grosvenor Properties portfolio Industrial portfolio for the South Island.

    In 1982 he moved to New Plymouth to take up a position as a partner in Larmers, one of the main Taranaki valuation practices. From 1982 to 2002, Phil was responsible for the commercial and industrial valuation and consultancy component of that practice, which has now become Telfer Young (Taranaki) Ltd. During that time he also completed several major arbitrations on rent reviews, and was also used as an umpire, determining many valuation disputes in locations throughout the lower North Island.

    In the early 1990’s, Phil became heavily involved with the New Plymouth Chamber of Commerce, resurrecting it into a fully sponsored and operational organisation that has grown to a very strong position today. For this, he was made a life member in 2003.

    In 2002, Phil joined Bryce Barnett, the founder and Managing Director of KCL Property. The business has grown substantially since 2002, now having approximately 700 investors in 45 property syndicates throughout New Zealand in Brisbane.

    Currently Phil is Vice President and National Board member of The Property Institute of New Zealand, also fulfilling the role of Chairperson of the Property Advisory section of that Institute.


 

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