Nikki Whelpton Promoted March 18 | Intermediate Valuer and Consultant

Nikki Whelpton joined Turley & Co three years ago as a work experienced Massey University property degree high-achiever.  Nikki since early 2015, has worked closely alongside colleagues Pat Turley, Kurt Richards and Wayne Smith, delivering to clients in valuation and property strategy projects for properties in Hawke’s Bay and nationally.  Nikki’s intensive professional development similar to her colleague Kurt Richards’ has paid off.

Nikki is promoted to intermediate responsibilities property consultant and valuer.  She is well ready.

By late 2018, Nikki will have gained sufficient professional experience to qualify Registered Valuer alongside LINZ Accredited for public land statutory actions.  And by 2019, we anticipate Registered Property Consultant.

Dayna Campbell who has almost completed her Massey University property degree, joined Turley & Co in January taking on Nikki’s prior role 2015-17.  Dayna’s appointment news.

Our entire team at Turley & Co are Hawke’s Bay people.  Wayne Smith, Sue Turley and Pat Turley are colleagues since 1998.  Turley & Co team members are profiled on our People page.

Congratulations Nikki!

Bay horticulture spurs industrial building projects in Hastings

“There was an 18 per cent increase in industrial-building consents value for Hastings District, with values rising from $77 million in 2014-2015 to $91m for 2016- 2017.  That included five major completed, ongoing or planned industrial developments with a combined consents value of $68m.”

Hawke’s Bay Today | 13 Mar 18 | Bay horticulture spurs industrial building projects in Hastings
Turley & Co press – NZH.

Turley & Co Industrial Focus© Report

Enjoy enchanted evening at mystery spot

The Enchanted Ball will be set in a beautiful location in the stunning sperry tents — however ball goers won’t find out the location until the night of the event. The ball is in support of the Maraetotara Tree Trust which was formed in 2002 by members of the community with the aim of protecting and restoring the length of the river.

Hawke’s Bay Today | 11 Mar 18 | Enjoy enchanted evening at mystery spot
Maraetōtara Tree Trust press – NZH.

Hawke’s Bay office tenants chasing ‘vibrancy’ in the suburbs

“The quayside suburb [Ahuriri] is attracting government agencies and various professional services, and has over decades progressively transformed from an inner-harbour industrial heartland.”

Stuff | 20 Feb 18 | Hawke’s Bay office tenants chasing ‘vibrancy’ in the suburbs
Turley & Co press – Dominion Post.

Turley & Co 2H17 Commercial-Industrial Property Market Reports | Report 26