We are the largest specialist rural valuation practice in New Zealand. With close to 300 years of combined property and asset valuation experience, we have the depth of senior personnel and the technical resources to provide expert advice and robust information at all points of the investments cycle, for any of the primary industries.
Benefit from our unparalleled knowledge of the agri-food sector, on-farm operations, funding structures, current market conditions and policy and regulatory issues to get the analysis that you need to perform efficiently and maximise your opportunities.
Our capability to serve clients is greatly enhanced by having a Chartered Accountant, a Registered Forestry Consultant and an Analyst on the team to offer strong methodology skills, along with feasibility and financial modelling expertise.
We maintain high level of technical capability and employ best in class customised applications and modelling tools to ensure the we always deliver on time and on budget high quality, data-rich reports to our clients.We are the first valuation practice to get accredited under PIQA Property Industry Quality Assurance programme.
Greg is a registered rural valuer and has eleven years of valuation and property consultancy experience and has been based in our Christchurch office since 2011. Prior to joining the firm he worked for both the Office of Treaty Settlements and Quotable value.
Greg specialises in the valuation of rural property throughout Canterbury and the South Island. His work for the firm has included financial reporting valuations of large scale rural portfolio’s, compensation assessments for major infrastructure projects and one off individual farm valuations for lending, estate and development purposes.
Greg offers our clients excellent technical skills and he has a highly developed understanding of the public sector and relevant legislation. He plays a lead role in our corporate dairy farm valuation work, infrastructure compensation and in other valuation practice areas.
Tim’s specialist background of management accountancy, valuation and finance enables him to apply his unique skill set to a wide variety of valuation projects of complexity and scope. He has worked extensively on business and equity valuation, rural valuation, specialised asset valuation and other property interests and compensation throughout his valuation career that has spanned almost 30 years.
His particular expertise is often called upon for the provision of expert evidence in private arbitration's, the Land Valuation Tribunal, the Environment Court, Board of Inquiry, and High Court.
Tim has undertaken business and equity valuations across a variety of sectors including agribusiness, manufacturing, media and services. he has completed many advisory assignments for public sector, corporate and private clients - which has encompassed economic feasibility studies, financial modelling, due diligence, conducting seminars, compilation of valuation handbooks, rural valuations, enterprise valuations and expert witness.
Tim is highly regarded in relation to compensation valuation in New Zealand. He has developed and enhanced compensation methodology and has an enviable record supporting clients in litigious contexts.
John has been actively involved in the property industry as a valuer for more than 40 years. Most recently he has held senior valuation positions with Darroch and DTZ.
John’s experience covers a wide variety of property types in both the public and private sectors. His specialised asset valuation assignments have encompassed airports, tertiary institutions, energy generation infrastructure, crown research campuses, hotels, hospitals, rest homes, retail malls, wineries, meat processing plants, court and prison buildings, ski-fields and major stadia. His agri-sector experience is wide ranging and includes large-scale corporate farming operations, crown research farms, large-scale vineyard operations, forestry land, pastoral leases and high country stations. John’s assignments have been completed for a variety of purposes including; financial reporting, insurance, going concern valuation, market value, portfolio asset values, retrospective value, methodology development, arbitration, litigation support, expert witness and Treaty of Waitangi settlement.
John is regarded as a leading valuation practitioner in New Zealand by business leaders and his peers. He has been a member of the New Zealand Institute of Valuers (now PINZ) for over 30 years and was a Harcourt prize recipient in 2004. He has served the profession as National President (1997/98), Chairman of the Valuation and Property Standards Board (1996-2009), New Zealand representative on the International Valuation Standards Committee (10 years) and Chairman of the International Valuation Standards Board (7 years).
John operates nationally and plays a leading role within a number of our specialist valuation practice areas including infrastructure, viticulture, dairy, pastoral and forestry.
Ed has over 20 years’ experience in property valuation and agribusiness throughout New Zealand. He is based in Christchurch and travels regularly to the regions. Prior to joining the Colliers International Rural and Agribusiness valuation team he was a senior valuer and business manager of a valuation firm in Central Otago which covered the lower South Island and spent four years as a farm manager on a sheep and beef farm in the Wakatipu Basin. Ed has also practiced as a valuer in Nelson/Tasman, Wellington and the Wairarapa.
Ed has agricultural and forestry interests in the lower North Island, completed the Kellogs Rural Leadership Programme in 2010 and obtained a Master of Property Studies degree in 2015. He has broad property related experience in both urban and rural sectors focusing more recently on specialized rural and commercial assets and the impact of nutrient regulation on land values.
Having spent a good portion of his career in agribusiness and partnering with rural businesses around New Zealand, Ed understands the challenges of the rural sector in changing current economic and political climates, and appreciates our clients need for quality specialist property advice.
Praveen has over 20 years property valuation experience and is based in our Christchurch office. Between 1995 and 2004 he worked as a valuer for Quotable Value based in both Nelson and Christchurch – during that time he held the role of National Project Manager Asset Valuation.
Since 2004, his work for the firm has encompassed a wide variety of assignments including; injurious affection valuations arising from road transportation and electricity supply works, scenario option modeling, specialised asset valuations including airports, ports and tertiary institutions, valuations for insurance and statutory reporting purposes and valuation project management.
Praveen’s infrastructure experience includes; valuation of land and buildings for insurance and financial disclosure purposes for both Christchurch International Airport and Port Eastland, land acquisition and compensation valuations for the Christchurch City Council Northern Arterial, compensation assessments for special amenity value and enterprise value for Crown agencies taking property under the Public Works Act 1981 and compensation for easement property interests acquired by Transpower.
Praveen also undertakes large-scale land subdivision DCF valuations for our corporate land development clients.
Praveen offers our clients excellent technical skills, a sound understanding of the public sector and relevant infrastructure legislation and he plays a key role in the firm’s infrastructure team and our technical peer review process.
Tim holds a strong interest in the land market and factors influencing land value. With his family he owns an irrigated, intensive stock and cropping property in the Hurunui Water Project (HWP) command area. He is a member of the HWP Farmer Liason Committee and chairs a farmer HWP working group. Farm ownership and irrigation involvement means Tim has a strong understanding of a range of land uses and irrigation, two key factors influencing value. Prior to starting work for Colliers Tim had 25 years agribusiness banking experience in the North and South Islands working in relationship management, business development and senior leadership roles. Tim completed and peer reviewed valuation reports in his banking roles. Farm ownership, agribusiness banking and prior valuation experience means Tim brings an understanding of farming, agribusiness banking and valuation experience as well as established rural networks to the Colliers team.
Ryan joined Crighton Anderson Property and Infrastructure (now trading as Colliers International) in early 2014 after relocating to Christchurch from Warkworth. Prior to joining the firm, Ryan worked for one of Auckland’s largest valuation firms gaining valuable experience in a diverse range of property types including coastal, lifestyle and residential land throughout North Auckland’s rapidly expanding Rodney district giving him a sound base understanding as a valuer.
Following his shift south at the end of 2013, Ryan has been working as part of our largest team based in Canterbury, working collaboratively in a variety of valuation fields. His focus is predominantly on rural property from North Canterbury to North Otago and includes a mix of large corporate dairy portfolio work through to smaller pastoral landholdings, however, he also regularly takes part in compensation, advisory and specialist valuation work.
Ryan grew up on a beef farm in Matakana, Rodney and has also spent time working on a dairy unit in Northland. His passion for property, particularly that of properties within the rural and primary sector is strong and he has a keen interest in further developing his knowledge to ensure our clientele are receiving quality well researched property valuation and advisory services.
Kate completed her B. Com. Ag majoring in Agricultural Management and Rural Valuation from Lincoln University in 2015.
Growing up on an extensive sheep and beef property in Southland has given Kate invaluable hands on experience and understanding of the primary sector. Kate has always had a passion for property and the rural sector and is now working towards becoming a fully registered valuer.
Kate began working as Research Analyst at the Colliers Rural Valuation division in Christchurch in 2016.
Rachel has 15 years experience working alongside our valuers developing systems to complement our clients’ project requirements. The systems are typically required for infrastructure asset valuations and multi-property longitudinal compensation or general valuation assignments.
Large projects invariably imply high volumes of information and modeling therefore requires robust databases. Depending on the scale of the work, Rachel’s skills in Sequel Server, Access and Excel are applied in developing a model that can be used either in-house by CAPI or directly by our clients. Changes to infrastructure legislation have increased the compliance requirements for our clients. CAPI acts as agent for several clients and Rachel’s knowledge enables us to create efficient systems to meet complex compliance or legislative demands. Such systems include ODRC valuations for rating purposes, monitoring local authorities rating changes and preparing and managing submissions on behalf of clients to minimise compliance costs.
Rachel’s skills are also used widely throughout the firm for internal systems and quality control.