The Supreme Award is presented to an individual who has demonstrated the qualities of leadership and vision and who has positively impacted on the property sector, economy and community.
The award is open to all members of PINZ across all grades of membership and who has been a member for at least 12 months. A nominee’s contribution may have been made in either a single calendar year or over a longer period.
To apply for the award a completed nomination form with the following supporting attachments must be provided:
· A CV from the nominee
· A statement outlining the nominee’s role in the property profession
· Three written commendations from colleagues, clients or Property Institute members
· Evidence of engagement with and contribution to their professional community
· Details of involvement in any significant projects, highlighting the nominee’s personal involvement
The Property Institute of New Zealand may seek further information from nominees as deemed necessary and interviews may be conducted by one or more of the awarding panel as part of the award deliberation process.
The awarding panel will comprise a member of the PINZ Board, the PINZ Chief Executive Officer and a representative from each PINZ Professional Community. The decision of the awarding panel is final.
Nominees that are shortlisted for the award will be notified by mid June.
The presentation of the award will be made at the PINZ National Property Conference in Auckland on 14-16 July 2021.