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ANZO chief to head green council

AMP NZ Office Trust (ANZO) chief executive Robert Lang has been appointed chairman of the New Zealand Green Building Council (NZGBC).

Monday, October 6th 2008, 3:07PM
Lang has been a board member of the NZGBC since last year and his appointment as chairman is complementary to his ongoing role with ANZO.

Taking over from Patrick Fontein, Lang will work closely with NZGBC chief Jane Henley to continue to accelerate the development of market-based green building practices in New Zealand.

Lang says there has been strong interest from ANZO in the benefits of environmentally-sustainable building practices.

“Our investors are always keen to hear how we are responding to new directions in office property and occupier preferences, and expect to ass ANZO taking a lead,” says Lang.

ANZO is currently working on the redevelopment of 21 Queen Street in Auckland, which is set to achieve the highest attainable New Zealand green star rating of five.

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