Leamac Property Group (LPG) is a property development and investment company based in Sydney.
Founded in 2010, Leamac has worked alongside institutional capital in a range of large complex mixed use developments.
Leamac has quickly developed a reputation for delivering quality development outcomes by working closely with all stakeholders through the development process.
Leamac has a range of large landholdings in Marsden Park, Turrella and Liverpool and Greater South Western Sydney.
Alex has over 15 years’ experience in the property industry.
He commenced his career with Sunland Group Limited (ASX:SDG). Alex worked in all aspects of the business from site acquisition and feasibility analysis to construction and project management.
In 2007, Alex joined a private Melbourne property development corporation, concentrating on land subdivisions and site identification.
In 2010, Alex returned to Sydney where he is a founding partner of Leamac Property Group. He is actively involved as an executive director in the day-to-day management of Leamac and CVC’s joint holdings at Marsden Park, Turrella and Liverpool.
Alex holds a Business Degree (B.Bus.) from Bond University and is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (MAICD).
Angus has over 15 years’ experience in the property industry.
He commenced his property career working alongside private property development groups backed by institutional capital. Angus has significant experience large-scale complex mixed-use developments primarily in Sydney.
Angus has worked in all aspects of the business from site acquisition and feasibility analysis to construction and project management.
In 2010, Angus and Alex founded Leamac Property Group. He is actively involved as an executive director in the day-to-day management of Leamac Property Group.
Erika Pawley is one of Sydney’s leading strategic planners, with extensive experience in strategy development and implementation.
Recently appointed Director, Projects at Leamac Property Group, she is driving productivity, liveability and environmental outcomes across strategic projects.
For the past three years she was the Director of Strategic Planning at the Greater Sydney Commission, where one of her key achievements was development and delivery of the Collaboration Areas program.
Previously, Erika had an extensive career in local government. Erika holds a Bachelor of Town Planning from the University of New South Wales, and a Masters of Business Administration in Marketing from the University of Technology Sydney.