Body Corporate’s 2020 Year

Posted by Auckland Property Management Ltd on December 17, 2020 | Body Corporate, News

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Steve Garland, Body Corporate General Manager, gives an overview of the year 2020 in Body Corporate Management.

Looking back on 2020 I recall Tuesday March 24th vividly when I spent the entire day sending personalised COVID-19 email updates to all our clients with accompanying advice to each and every Committee. The next day we were in lockdown and yet all this time later here we are.

In a quite remarkable year, the events of 2020 have confirmed just how lucky we are and New Zealand is with the events continuing to worsen in places overseas. Even with a vaccination programme, we are a long way from being past this crisis.

I would like to thank the entire Body Corporate team at Auckland Property Management for the way that they dealt with all the uncertainty through the initial lockdown, then returned to the office and delivered for all our owners. We have just one or two meetings left to hold before we take a break over the festive period. Our owners have also managed their way successfully through this extraordinary year and we are proud of the small part that we have played in helping you getting there.

Thank you to all our owners. We exist so that we can serve you in a job that we realise benefits your quality of life by assisting in the management of your home and its common areas or aims to enhance your property investment. We don’t always get everything right all of the time but we certainly aim to.

So to all of our valued clients, our committees, our volunteer owners and our chair people, we would like to wish you and your family a very Merry Christmas and a prosperous and COVID-19 free New Year.

Kind regards

Steven Garland

General Manager – Body Corporate
Auckland Property Management

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