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Rosina Di Maria Joins SA Division Board of the PCA.

March 9, 2017

Woods Bagot Principal Rosina Di Maria is one of three new industry professionals appointed to the Property Council of Australia’s (PCA) SA Division Council.

Appointed to its strategic leadership body, the Division Council, Rosina will sit for the next two years beside Matthew Lane, Funds Manager, Charter Hall and Leah Wright, Partner, MinterEllison.

Rosina said she was honoured to be appointed and is enthusiastic about serving her two year term. 

“I am looking forward to building upon a great foundation and working alongside a wonderful team to enrich the future of property for our city and our members.”

SA Executive Director Daniel Gannon said the Property Council was fortunate to have expert professionals helping to shape the direction of the industry.

“Property is South Australia’s largest private sector employer and biggest industry, accounting for almost 11% of the state’s economic activity.” 

“At a time when South Australia needs strong leadership and policy direction, the Property Council has assembled industry experts to help unlock job creation and economic development opportunities. Our vision is a thriving industry creating prosperity, jobs and strong communities and this new group of professionals will help make that vision a reality.” Mr Gannon said.

The Division Council is the PCA state chapter’s strategic body, overseeing advocacy and member services in accord with decisions of the Board. The role of Division Council is to best represent the collective interests of SA members and the industry.The key priorities for the council for 2017 will include fairer taxes, a modernized planning system and policies that improve SA’s economic development outlook.

The property industry is South Australia’s largest private sector employer and biggest industry, accounting for 10.8% of the state’s economic activity (or $10.5 billion). It builds prosperity by paying $4.4 billion in wages and salaries and is the largest single industry contributor (56.6%) of state taxes, local government rates, fees and charges.

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