Luke is a founding Director at OP Properties and has a number of years experience within the Perth property development and construction industry across a wide range of projects including retail, commercial, mixed-use, heritage, retirement living, aged care, disability care, not for profit, grouped and multi-unit residential developments.
Luke holds a Bachelor of Applied Science in Construction Management and Economics with Honours, a Master of Property (both at Curtin University of Technology) and a Certificate IV in Occupational Health and Safety.
As Director, Luke is responsible for overseeing all aspects of OP Properties which includes the direct involvement and management of its property advisory services and a diverse development management and delivery portfolio encompassing a number of projects for a range of different clients.
Prior to joining OP Properties, Luke gained valuable and wide ranging experience working for multinational development and construction company across its multiple business units. In particular Luke held senior management positions within the development teams of a number of large and complex built form Perth development projects ranging in value up to $1bn.
Luke is actively involved with a number of property industry bodies and is the past Chair of the Property Council of Australia Future Directions Committee, past member of their Residential Committee and current member of their Retirement Living Committee.
Nic Osboine is a founding Director at OP Properties and has a number of years’ experience within the Perth property development industry at both project and board level across a wide range of sectors including commercial, retail, multi-unit residential, aged care and land developments. A number of these years were spent at senior management level and as a board member of various property development projects, assets and related companies.
Nic holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design, Master of Architecture from the University of Western Australia and a Graduate Diploma in Property from Curtin University of Technology.
In addition to Nic’s wide ranging project experience, Nic brings to OP Properties a wealth of senior and corporate level experience gained from having served the past seven years as general manager of Osboine Investments, a third generation diversified private property investment group.
Nic is actively involved with a number of property industry bodies including the Urban Development Institute of Australia and the Property Council of Australia.
Non Executive Director
As a Non Executive Director Evan assists the management team & business to deliver its objectives.
Evan has extensive business and management experience in all sectors of the property industry including residential land and housing, apartments, commercial offices, retail development, hotel development and management. He was the CEO of Mirvac in WA from 2006 until 2013 and has been involved in over 60 projects nationally for Mirvac for over 20 years.
Evan is a former Vice President and Divisional Council member of the Property Council of Australia (WA Division), Committee for Perth Board Member and is currently Chairman of Heritage Perth Inc, an independent not for profit organisation.
William (Bill) Fiddian
Bill has over 30 years experience in Construction and Property Development throughout the UK and Australia and is a Register builder in Western Australia.
Previously Bill was National Development Director of Mirvac Resource Partnerships and prior to that, Development Director and Construction Director of Mirvac (WA) Pty Ltd. Before moving to Australia in 2003, Bill was Managing Director of Clegg Construction and Director of Design and Construction of Sol Construction, both medium sized UK contractors with specialisation in the design and construction of healthcare and accomodation property including numerous nursing homes and hospitals.
Bill has extensive experience of delivering large high quality Design and Construct projects to both Public and Private sector clients in the UK and Australia.
With Mirvac Bill was responsible for all Mirvac construction activity in WA including hotels in East Perth, the South West and Mandurah. Bills team also delivered approximately $2b of apartment, retirement villages and residential projects between 2004 and 2010 including high quality apartment projects at Burswood, Leighton Beach and The Point at Mandurah. Between 2011 and 2013 Bill headed up the Mirvac teams working on The Old Treasury Office Development and the Karratha Town Centre Development.
Bob Bunney is an aged care and retirement living expert with strong networks within the aged care and retirement sectors at both the state and national level, as well as the government regulatory sector. Bob is a specialist member of OP Properties who brings to the team an industry leading breadth of experience within the aged care and retirement living delivery and asset management industry.
Bob has over 19 years’ experience during which time he has held the positions of:
CEO of the RAAF Association (WA) Inc
General Manager of the St Ives Group
Executive Manager Strategic Development within Baptistcare
Coordinator of the Department Of Commerce’s Seniors Housing Centre
During that time, Bob has been responsible for the development of 1,098 retirement units across five villages, 402 residential aged care beds, and an 81 unit apartment building.
These projects included:
RAAFA Estate Merriwa, a 240 unit retirement village (1997 – 2000)
RAAFA’s Karri Lodge at Merriwa, a 61 bed hostel (1998-1999)
RAAFA Estate Meadow Springs, a 282 unit retirement village (1998 – 2001)
RAAFA’s McNamara Lodge at Meadow Springs, a 96 bed hostel including 24 bed dementia facility (2000-2001)
Cambrai Village, Merriwa, a 273 unit retirement village (2001-2003)
RAAFA’s Tuart Lodge, a 56 Bed extension to Karri Lodge (2003-2004)
Erskine Grove, Erskine, a 197 unit retirement village (2002-2005)
RAAFA Amity Village, Albany, a 106 unit retirement village (2004-2006)
RAAFA’s Vivien Bullwinkle Lodge, a 79 bed hostel (2004-2006)
Baptistcare’s Salter Point (stage 1) 81 apartments plus community centre (2007-2009)
Baptistcare’s Gracewood, Salter Point, a 110 bed residential aged care facility including 24 dementia beds, (2009-2010)
As the developer of these properties, he has been involved in design from the ground up and as a member of the Project Control Group for these developments, Bob has gained considerable experience in dealing with the issues and problems that arise during the design management of these facilities, ensuring that they meet the regulatory environment for projects of this type.
As an operator of both residential aged care and retirement villages, Bob has considerable experience in communicating with stakeholders and ensuring that stakeholder expectations in respect of the operability of the facilities, functional design and amenity are met across their life cycle.
He is currently a member of the Property Council of Australia having served in numerous roles on their Retirement Living Committee and associated national judging panels.