NEW CARDNO APPOINTMENT TO PROPEL COMPANY GROWTH

Written on the 29 May 2014 by Paris Faint

NEW CARDNO APPOINTMENT TO PROPEL COMPANY GROWTH

CARDNO Limited (ASX:CDD) has appointed a new principal to lead the team of town planning professionals into a new cycle of growth.

Matthew Schneider (pictured) will take up the newly created role, involving technical leadership and town planning consultancy, in addition to his current position as office manager on the Gold Coast.

Schneider says the appointment marks a fitting moment to seize development opportunities in the south-east corner of the state, with market conditions having improved over the last few months.

“It is exciting to be working against the background of a sharp upturn in the activity of international property investors, especially on the Gold Coast where momentum is now gathering in the lead up to the 2018 Commonwealth Games,” says Schneider.

“We have a window of opportunity to create a great planning system that can deliver competitive advantages for Queensland.

Schneider will be continuing as an active associate and committee member of several environmental and development institutes, including the Urban Development Institute of Australia and the Queensland Environmental Law Association.


Author: Paris Faint

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