Alan Webb 1946 -2020


1946 - 2021

Graduating with a Diploma in Urban Valuation from the University of Auckland, Alan Webb was admitted to NZIV as an Intermediate member in 1967, was registered with the VRB in 1970, advancing to ANZIV status some four years later. Alan was awarded Fellowships for both NZIV and PINZ in 2015 recognising the esteem with which he was held by his peers.

Alan was an Affiliate of the Wellington Branch of the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand from 1974, and became a member of the Property Management Institute in the late 1970s.

He was involved in Valuation and Commercial Property Management from the early 1960s, having

been the National Property Manager for Prudential Assurance Company, with wide ranging

experience in the valuation and property management sectors spanning Commercial, Retail, Industrial, and Residential throughout New Zealand, having worked for two years in Australia.

Alan worked within the Commercial Property Management team at Harcourts, transferring to Harcourts Valuations in the Hutt Valley in the late 1980s, from where he then jointly formed his practice in the 1990s with Bill Lindsay, having a particular involvement with the Eastbourne and Hutt Valley residential and commercial markets.

Alan was actively involved in Wellington NZIV Branch affairs over a number of years as Secretary.

He resided in the Eastern Bays suburb of Lowry Bay, and his interests outside of valuation included yachting (commodore of Muritai Yacht Club) and other community based activities including Hutt Valley Basketball, Sea Scouts and the Eastbourne Community Trust. He was vice chairman of the Walter Nash Stadium Trust for 23 years and was instrumental in having the stadium constructed. In 2011 Alan received the Lower Hutt Civic Honors Award from then Hutt City Mayor Ray Wallace for community service, recreation, social welfare and youth activities.

Alan passed away on February 1, 2021. He is survived by his wife, three adult children and eight grandchildren, all of whom he followed with interest and was extremely proud.

Alan was a very well-respected member of the Wellington valuation profession in the Wellington Region giving freely of his time and expertise.