Annual General Meeting

Each year, voting Members come together to have their say on how the Australian Property Institute is governed.

This year our Annual General Meeting will be held at 5:30pm on the 29th of May, hosted at our York Street Sydney office. The results of the elections will be announced at the AGM.


Call for Nominations has now closed.

Further Information

Nominations Policy

Member Resolutions Form





Past Information

Call for Nominations

Call for Nominations

Elected Director

Closing Date: 19 April 2024 (5:00PM AEST)

In accordance with Clause 9.2 of its Constitution, and the Nominations Policy, the Australian Property Institute Limited (the API) is calling for nominations for its Board of Directors to fill four (4) vacancies.

In accordance with Clause 9.1 of the Constitution all financial Voting Members of the API are eligible to nominate for vacant Board positions in 2024.

Nominations must comply with Clause 9.2 of the Constitution and the Nominations Policy.

In accordance with Clause 9.2 of the Constitution and the Nominations Policy, an API Member must be nominated by another Member to fill a vacant Elected Director position that is to be the subject of an election at the Annual General Meeting (AGM).

Please note that those nominating a candidate and the nominees must be financial Voting Members of the API.

In accordance with Clause 8.5(j) of the Constitution, four (4) of the Elected Directors will retire from office as follows:

  1. Bart Mead
  2. Andrea Carolan
  3. Gavin Hulcombe
  4. Scott Chapman

The API’s Nominations Committee will consider all Nominees and will recommend to the Board, in accordance with Clause 9.2 and the Nominations Policy, those candidates meeting the appropriate qualities and skill sets required by the Board.

Note that in accordance with Clause 8.1 of the Constitution there can be no more than two (2) Elected Directors who reside in the one State or Territory.


Call for Nominations Form


Responsibilities of the Board of Directors

The Board of Directors governs the API and has the overall responsibility for setting the strategic direction of the organisation. It is also responsible for the financial sustainability of the API.

All Board members are required to act in accordance with the Constitution, the API Board Charter, the AICD Guiding Principles of Good Governance and Not-for-Profit Governance Principles and any other relevant API Policies.

In accordance with Clause 7.1 of the Australian Property Institute Assets’ (APIA) Constitution, API Directors will also be Directors of APIA.  In accordance with Clause 12.1 of the Australian Property Research & Education Fund (APREF) Constitution API Directors will also be Directors of APREF. In accordance with Clause 8.1(a) of the Australian Property Institute Valuers Ltd (APIV) Constitution, API Directors will also be Directors of APIV.

To view a copy of the API’s most recent annual report click:

Annual Report


Format of Application

All applications must consist of the following:

  • A completed API Nominations Form, with the signatures of two (2) eligible nominators and the nominee;
  • a current high resolution ‘passport style’ photograph; and
  • a Candidate Statement – not exceeding 600 words. The candidate statement must provide details of the nominee’s history with the API, reasons for nominating for the Board position, address any particular competencies being sought by the Committee, personal qualities that would contribute to the Board and details of any actual, perceived or potential conflicts of interest. The candidate statement will be subject to reformatting for distribution.

All completed nominations are to be submitted to:

The Nominations Committee
C/- the Company Secretary
Level 3, 60 York Street, Sydney NSW 2000




The nomination must be received by no later than 5:00pm (AEST) on Friday, 19 April 2024.

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