Appointment of new Executive Director to the Board

Kellie Hassab – Manager Central Coast and Registered Planner

Beveridge Williams is proud to announce the appointment of new Executive Director Kellie Hassab to our Board of Directors.

As Manager of Beveridge Williams Central Coast and former Director and Principal of Tuggerah based land development consultancy firm, Trehy Ingold Neate (which recently merged with BW), Kellie manages a range of land development projects from government and private commercial to privately owned residential developments.

In 2000, Kellie was bestowed the honour of being awarded the inaugural Young Surveyor or the Year Award by the Institution of Surveyors NSW Inc and in 2015 as the first female Board member of Consulting Surveyors NSW. She currently holds the position of Treasurer.

A qualified Surveyor and Registered Planner with a postgraduate qualification in Environmental Studies, Kellie Hassab has a keen interest in and passion for sustainable land development. She takes a holistic view to the process, considering the economic, social and environmental needs and implications of every project from inception through to completion.

Kellie’s wealth of knowledge, experience and expertise, coupled with her passion for the land development industry, makes her a great addition to the Beveridge Williams Board.

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