21/11/2017 - 16:07

Sadleir joins Perron Group

21/11/2017 - 16:07

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One of the state’s largest property holders, Perron Group, has appointed former Cedar Woods Properties managing director Paul Sadleir to its board.

Sadleir joins Perron Group
Paul Sadleir’s career spans 30 years as a leader at various ASX-listed companies, government bodies and not-for-profit organisations. Photo: Attila Csaszar

One of the state’s largest property holders, Perron Group, has appointed former Cedar Woods Properties managing director Paul Sadleir to its board.

Mr Sadleir’s new role took effect yesterday, and he joins eight fellow board members, including chair Stan Perron, deputy chair Laurance Iffla and prominent Perth-based company director Fiona Harris

The organisation’s diverse property portfolio includes retail shopping centres, commercial office buildings and industrial properties across Western Australia, NSW, Victoria and South Australia.

Perron Group currently owns more than 170,000 square metres of retail space in WA, with properties including the Galleria Shopping Centre in Morley (of which it is a half-owner with Vicinity Centres), Cockburn Gateway, Belmont Forum and The Square Mirrabooka, placing it in the second spot of shopping centres owners in the state ranked by size of total area.

It is also currently ranked 13th on the BNiQ Search Engine’s list of commercial property owners, with its 50 per cent stake in the CBD’s Central Park building making up the bulk of its office assets portfolio.

Mr Sadleir has previously held leadership positions of ASX-listed companies, government bodies and not-for-profit organisations, along with senior management experience in a range of industries beyond property; infrastructure, resources, minerals processing.

During his 30-year career Mr Sadleir also held board roles in the education and aged care sectors and he is currently a WA division councillor of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, Brightwater Care Group deputy chair, and was until recently a senate member of Murdoch University and chair of its resources (finance) committee.

Perron Group chair Stan Perron said the company believed Mr Sadleir would add to the depth of experience across its board and that he looked forward to his contribution.

 

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