Director | Rural Valuation
Ed has over 20 years’ experience in property valuation and agribusiness throughout New Zealand. He is based in Christchurch and travels regularly to the regions. Prior to joining the Colliers International Rural and Agribusiness valuation team he was a senior valuer and business manager of a valuation firm in Central Otago which covered the lower South Island and spent four years as a farm manager on a sheep and beef farm in the Wakatipu Basin. Ed has also practiced as a valuer in Nelson/Tasman, Wellington and the Wairarapa.
Ed has agricultural and forestry interests in the lower North Island, completed the Kellogs Rural Leadership Programme in 2010 and obtained a Master of Property Studies degree in 2015. He has broad property related experience in both urban and rural sectors focusing more recently on specialized rural and commercial assets and the impact of nutrient regulation on land values.
Having spent a good portion of his career in agribusiness and partnering with rural businesses around New Zealand, Ed understands the challenges of the rural sector in changing current economic and political climates, and appreciates our clients need for quality specialist property advice.
M.Prop.Studs - Lincoln University - 2015
Kellogs Rural Leadership Course - Lincoln University - 2010
Registered Valuer - 1996
B.Com (VPM) - Lincoln University - 1991
New Zealand Super Fund, Livestock Improvement Corporation, Central Plains Water, Wilkins Farming Limited, Christchurch International Airport Limited, LIC, AgResearch, Silver Fern Farms, Craigmore Farming, Henergy Eggs