PROPERTY developer Nick Perrignon has resigned from the state’s market leading Satterley Property Group to take up a new role at another private player, the Simpson family’s Rockingham Park Estates.
Mr Perrignon was a major appointment for Satterley in 2009 when he joined as chief operating officer, returning to Perth from Sydney where he had been Stockland’s national COO for residential communities.
Rockingham Park’s major operations are in the Baldivis and Waikiki areas in the south coastal part of the metropolitan area. It is part of the same family business as builder Summit Homes, and is the state’s 18th biggest developer.
Satterley managing director Nigel Satterley confirmed the departure at the end of February and announced that CFO Tony Carr would be stepping up to the newly created role of deputy managing director. In addition, Mr Carr will expand the Satterley board to five directors. The board is chaired by ex-Deloitte managing partner Tom Lang and includes Mr Satterley, Hawaiian CEO Russell Gibbs, and lawyer Michael Lurie.
Mr Satterley said he was also in the throes of making another senior executive appointment to bolster his management team.
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