Property EconomicsThe Property Economics team is comprised of senior professionals who critically bring together a range of skills built upon experience in delivering robust research and advice to clients across the country. Property Economics personnel are ‘hands on’ in all aspects of projects. Key staff directly responsible for undertaking and delivering the research are:

strategic property research

TIM HEATH (DIRECTOR)

BA (Geography), BPlan

Tim is a renowned expert in strategic property research having lead over 1500 projects for large corporate clients and government institutions over the past 20 years.

Tim’s comprehensive knowledge of property market drivers allows Property Economics to deliver research that builds a bridge between planning ideology and commercial realities to ensure recommendations have ‘real world’ practicality and can be successfully implemented.

Tim is frequently sought to provide expert evidence on matters relating to land use planning and large-scale developments at Board of Inquiry, Environment Court and Council Hearings.

public and private consultation for econometric modelling

PHIL OSBORNE (SENIOR ECONOMIST)

MCom (Development Economics), MPlan Prac

Phil has over 20 years experience in business analytics and economic development, both in New Zealand and internationally. He has extensive experience in both public and private consultation for econometric modelling, property sector inquiry and economic cost-benefit analysis.

Phil has also lectured at key Australasian Universities and has consulted to the United Nations Advisory Group for Economic Development. This background allows Philip to bring an incisive perspective to any strategic project, providing economically grounded solutions to planning and property market issues.

Phil is also vastly experienced in presenting economic evidence in the Board of Inquiry, Environment Court and Council Hearings environments.

economic modelling, demographia profiling, market forecasting

EUGENE ISACK (ECONOMIST)

BCom (Economics & Finance)

Eugene is extensively involved in economic modelling, demographia profiling, market forecasting and preparation of reports encompassing all major property sectors throughout the country.

He also plays a key role in the development of new economic models, data analytic techniques and GIS mapping utilised by Property Economics. Eugene also has a hands on role in analysis and preparation of economic impact and cost benefit analysis.

Urban & Strategic Planning

CASEY ALLEN (ECONOMIC)

Masters (Professional Economics), BCom (Economics), BA (Political Science)

Casey holds a Masters in Professional Economics, as well as a Double Degree with a Bachelor of Commerce (Economics) and a Bachelor of Arts (Political Science). She has international development economics and policy experience, involving both qualitative and quantitative economic research.

Her core role at Property Economics involves retail market assessments and economic impact and cost benefit analysis. This requires the application of market research, econometrics, demographia profiling, data analytics and forecasting.