The land developer has been inducted into the Australian Property Hall of Fame, alongside NSW property veteran Joan Cordell.
Nigel Satterley has been inducted into the Australian Property Hall of Fame, alongside NSW property veteran Joan Cordell.
The pair, who will be inducted tonight into the hall of fame, are both being recognised by the Property Council of Australia for their contributions to the industry.
Mr Satterley founded his eponymous company more than three decades ago, which is listed on Data & Insights as the largest land developer in the state.
Joan Cordell, behind the Cordell group of companies, was credited with creating a research arm in 1969 that led to vast libraries of information about the building and construction industry.
Property Council of Australia chief executive Mike Zorbas described the induction of the duo into the hall of fame as a “a well-deserved acknowledgement of their pioneering efforts and legacies”.
“Nigel Satterley and Joan Cordell can rightfully take their place alongside esteemed Hall of Fame members who have made enduring contributions to our industry and the community,” Mr Zorbas said.
“From humble beginnings, Nigel has grown Satterley into the largest independent land developer in the country, with hundreds of thousands of Australians now calling a Satterley community home.
“Joan’s foresight, determination and resolve made her the pioneering leader of Australia’s foremost project activity and building cost information system.
“Joan helped create a smarter, more transparent and professional industry while blazing a trail for other leaders.”
The pair is set to be formally inducted at a gala dinner tonight.