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TPIA November Monthly Meeting Guest Speaker Sharon Cullwick, NZPIF Executive Officer

Topic: Guest Speaker Sharon Cullwick; how to get up to date and organised in case MBIE Compliance come knocking!

Sharon Cullwick, who took over the executive officer position from Andrew King this year, will pay her first official visit to New Plymouth on Tuesday November 17. 

With RTA changes, Healthy Homes, how to get started in property and legislation, Sharon will talk about all of the above including how to get your paper work up to date and organised in case MBIE Compliance come knocking.

Sharon has been a property investor since 1998 and has property throughout the North Island. Although investing since 1998 Sharon only moved into her own property in 2005, and before this has always been a tenant so understands what it’s like to be tenant and a landlord. Sharon has always had an interest in property investing and has only become fully immersed in the industry since 2016 the same yeear she joined the New Zealand Property Investors Federation Executive Committee. She is currently President of the Hawkes Bay Property Investors Association and after 1 ½ years as President of the New Zealand Property Investors Federation she has taken over the Position of Executive Office in February 2020 from Andrew King.


Evening Kindly Sponsored by: Paul Kelly, the Taranaki franchise owner of Exceed Windows and Doors.

Originally from South Taranaki (and now New Plymouth), and a joiner by trade, he has always worked in the building industry. Paul has a connection to the TPIA through his son Richard and wife Kristy who were the 2019 NZ Property investors’ Federation Landlords of the Year.
Paul and his team are specialists in repairing and upgrading windows, doors and conservatory joinery and also installation of security hardware, insect and fly screens, and draught stopping. “Exceed’s vans are fully-equipped so that most jobs can be completed on the spot. Our staff are security-profiled and they take pride in cleaning up before they leave.” 

Exceed can fix:

  • Windows that flop fully open when you only want them slightly open
  • Sliding doors that don’t glide well
  • Bi-folds that grind
  • Draughty windows and rubbers that have fallen away from the frame
  • Doors and windows that don’t close or lock properly


NEW VENUE: Plymouth International Hotel, Blenheim Room, doors open 7:15, please be seated by 7:30pm


enlightenedHealthy Homes Assessment Raffle: Dont forget to buy your $10 raffle ticket to go in the draw to win a free Healthy Homes Assessment from InHome Solutions! Buy Online or cash at the meeting.

enlightenedAdmission: Door charge $10 for non-members: Please book and prepay online through the TPIA website as there will be no cash at the door! Members bring your membership card (or App) for free entry.


Been to a meeting and want to become a member to attend more? Only $149 per couple for your first year. Check out the benefits and join at https://taranaki.nzpif.org.nz/registrations/join or call us on 022 658 3798 for more information.

Come along, be informed, network, or find out about the TPIA

Tuesday 17th November, doors open 7:15pm, please be seated by 7:30pm.

New Plymouth International Hotel, 220 Courtenay Street, New Plymouth

Door Charge: non-members $10 booking and prepayment essential on our website, Members free (bring your membership card)