The new Australian Property Institute (API) National Council was given a solid mandate to implement long-planned changes to the organisation at its recent AGM.

After a challenging 12 months, the new API National President Robert Hecek said agreement on cohesiveness and a collaborative approach to service members was cemented at all levels of the organisation.

The API has established a new Governance Committee and Executive that will have oversight of several key projects and will ensure that the API is positioned to meet the needs of membership and provide a sound foundation as the pre-eminent home of property professionals.

Newly elected President of the API, Robert Hecek said the members have a united and dedicated Board that is absolutely committed to implementing the changes agreed to by all. He added that the new Board will be built upon the foundations of transparency and consultation with all members and Divisions.