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Jones Lang LaSalle’s award winning Hotels & Hospitality Group is proud to announce the appointment of Stephen Doyle and Shaun Jackson to the advisory team based in Auckland. Together they bring a combined 30 plus years of tourism and hospitality real estate advisory experience throughout New Zealand and the Pacific Islands.
Stephen joins from CBRE Hotels, Auckland, where he spent five and a half years specialising in hotel and tourism property advisory assignments. Prior to this, Stephen was a member of Jones Lang LaSalle’s Auckland based commercial advisory team. A member of the Property Institute of New Zealand, Stephen brings with him extensive knowledge of hotel and tourism real estate across New Zealand and the Pacific Islands.
Shaun comes to Jones Lang LaSalle from CBRE Hotels, Auckland, where he spent approximately 14 years establishing himself as one of the most experienced hotel and tourism property advisors in New Zealand. Prior to this Shaun spent several years in Washington DC specialising in hotel and tourism property. Shaun brings extensive international and regional industry knowledge, and is a senior member of the Property Institute of New Zealand.
Nick Hargreaves, Managing Director, Jones Lang LaSalle, New Zealand, welcomed the appointments “The arrival of Stephen and Shaun will see an exciting new direction for the Hotels & Hospitality division here in New Zealand. They join an already very established and high performing division and their combined experience both in the local and international market place will continue to strengthen this successful platform. They represent our unrivalled and continued commitment to fully service the New Zealand property market across each and every sector. The entire Jones Lang LaSalle New Zealand team is delighted to have Stephen and Shaun joining us.”
Craig Collins, CEO, Hotels & Hospitality Group, Australasia, said “Stephen and Shaun will skilfully represent the market leading Hotels & Hospitality Group, while working closely with the Jones Lang LaSalle New Zealand team to further strengthen and cement our prominent position in the New Zealand hotel and tourism property sector.”