New plan for raptis man

ONE of the long-standing directors of the financially crippled Raptis Group has resigned.

Ian Morrison spent 23 years with the group, both as a director and manager of planning and design. He delivered all of the town planning and development requirements to enable construction of the landmark projects for which the Raptis Group has stamped its mark on the city.

“The first significant development I worked on with Jim was the original Raptis Plaza in the early 1980s,” says Morrison.

“The city skyline represents a reasonable sample of the projects I worked on over the years. Most recently I assisted the Brookfield Multiplex and ANZ Bank consortium to obtain their approvals from Council to allow the Hilton project to formally commence.

“Jim and I have agreed that it is now timely for me to move on and spread my wings into the wider business community. I have tremendous respect for Jim and the knowledge and experience I have gained from working with him is invaluable.”

Morrison’s new business venture is Lima Consulting, a niche planning and development service.

Help us deliver quality journalism to you.
As a free and independent news site providing daily updates
during a period of unprecedented challenges for businesses everywhere
we call on your support

Crypto staking: a new way to earn passive income
Partner Content
You may be familiar with traditional ways of earning passive income such as trading sto...
Etoro
Advertisement

Related Stories

Board exodus gathers pace at The Star after O’Neill resigns as chairman

Board exodus gathers pace at The Star after O’Neill resigns as chairman

The Star Entertainment Group (ASX: SGR) is now on the hunt for a ne...

Woolworths adds controlling stake in MyDeal to cart for $218 million

Woolworths adds controlling stake in MyDeal to cart for $218 million

Woolworths (ASX: WOW) is looking to enhance its online marketplace ...

SNL’s Pete Davidson to star in QLD feature film ‘Wizards!’

SNL’s Pete Davidson to star in QLD feature film ‘Wizards!’

The Australian screen sector has bagged two major wins today, with ...

Scrap metal recycler Sims picks up Brisbane port site for $88 million

Scrap metal recycler Sims picks up Brisbane port site for $88 million

In order to acquire one of the few remaining Brisbane sites with de...