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New CEO at SSKB Strata Managers

Tim Sheehan and Paul Wood, the Directors of the SSKB Group, are pleased to announce the appointment of Mark Roy as chief executive officer of the Group.

The industry leading SSKB Group has been thriving with the growing popularity of apartment living throughout Australia. Tim explains “The appointment is a natural consequence of the rising demand for quality services from bodies corporate. Mark will play a significant role in plans to further consolidate our industry leading position in body corporate management”

In May 2013 SSKB earned a Gold Coast Business Excellence Award in recognition of the team’s superb service and innovative product offerings. The increase in strata living demand will continue to inspire SSKB to make a positive difference in the lives of their lot owners.

Newly appointed CEO Mark joins a well established family owned company and will be building on a foundation of almost 20 years of service and commitment to the local communities.

Working closely with Tim and Paul, Mark’s areas of responsibility will be:


• People and Culture – building and nurturing the SSKB team

• Efficiency in all areas of operations


With more than 15 years of experience in the Australian real estate and property development industry, Mark brings a wealth of knowledge to the SSKB family. Previously Mark held management positions with Queensland Master Builders Association, Quarterback Group and Australand. Having already visited local SSKB offices in Queensland and New South Wales, Mark says he is eager to implement a rewarding, open and positive internal culture that is actively engaged in the service of SSKB clients.

Before his move to the Australian property market, Mark gained significant leadership experience through 18 years in high pressure leadership roles within the British Army and Police Force.

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