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Board of Directors

The Partnership’s 2017 Leadership Team


The Board comprises six (6) Directors. Each year, two are elected. This results in continuity. At the 2016 Annual General Meeting, Ted van der Gulik and Richard Boase were elected by acclamation to 3-year terms as Directors. To be first nominated and then elected as a Director, prospective candidates must be able to demonstrate via past performance that they can make an effective contribution in achieving the Partnership vision for settlement, economy and ecology in balance.

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The Partnership’s 2016 Board of Directors


The Board comprises Richard Boase, Peter Law, Tim Pringle, Derek Richmond, Mike Tanner and Ted van der Gulik. All have demonstrated via past performance that they can make an effective contribution in achieving the Partnership vision for settlement, economy and ecology in balance.

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Nominees for 2016 Board of Directors


The Board comprises six (6) Directors. Each year, two are elected. This results in continuity. At the 2015 Annual General Meeting, Peter Law and Mike Tanner were elected by acclamation to 3-year terms as Directors.

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The Partnership’s 2015 Board of Directors


The Board comprises Richard Boase, Peter Law, Tim Pringle, Derek Richmond, Mike Tanner and Ted van der Gulik. All have demonstrated via past performance that they can make an effective contribution in achieving the Partnership vision for settlement, economy and ecology in balance.

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Nominees for 2014 Board of Directors


“Directors will serve three-year terms, and commencing in 2014, the terms will be staggered so that all six Director positions are not filled in a single year,” explains Kim Stephens.

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Partnership for Water Sustainability’s 2013 Leadership Team


“Our shared vision for Green Communities is the right development in the right place at the right time. We can achieve this vision if development is guided by a ‘design with nature’ philosophy: start with green infrastructure and truly restore the urban fabric,” states Glen Brown.

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