andrew heap

Designer Launceston / Australia

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Director - Shepherd & Heap

Commercial Auctioneers and Estate Agents
REIT Commercial Agent of the year 2014 and 2015

Shepherd & Heap Pty Ltd is the largest commercial property agency in Northern Tasmania with an increasing market share across the commercial, industrial, retail and business sales and leasing sectors. Blake Shepherd, Ian Singline, Marcus Douglas, Linda Davy and Joel Harwood make up the commercial team and have a combined service of more than 80 years in the property industry.

Collectively, the team members have sold and leased more local commercial property than any other company. Importantly, Shepherd & Heap’s sales team have a comprehensive understanding of the local property market and all related issues - ensuring clients receive professional services and positive outcomes.

Chairman
John Glover Art Prize 2018

John Glover Prize the prestigious annual prize for landscape painting in Australia. It is awarded for the work judged the best contemporary painting of the Tasmanian landscape. The winner receives $50,000 and a bronze maquette of colonial artist John Glover (1767-1849).

The Glover Prize winner is selected from around 42 final works chosen from 350 entries by a panel of eminent judges. The exhibition, which has become a must-see, is held in the historic Falls Park pavilion in Evandale in March each year for 10 days.

Past Chairman
Tasmanian Chamber of Commerce & Industry
Director
Australian Chamber Alliance
TASMANIA - building a sustainable future.

TCCI will post another positive year for 2018. Michael Bailey has done an incredible job, 1 CEO in 6 years. Hard work and focus by the staff and CEO have broadened many outcomes, setting excellent foundations for the future.

The Chamber of Commerce & Industry Tasmania (TCCI) is an independent membership organisation seeking to positively lead the Tasmanian business community by ensuring the best interests of all our members are represented at a Regional, State, National and even International level. We achieve this through our representation, our involvement and our preparedness to discover how we can influence better results for Tasmanian businesses.

The TCCI is stronger and better focussed on its core roles of leading, serving, supporting and building business as the backbone of the Tasmanian economy.

The TCCI retains the strong support of its members and is built on sound foundations first laid down more than 160 years ago with the establishment of the Hobart and Launceston chambers, even before the arrival of representative government in 1856.

The TCCI is the only Tasmanian business organisation in a position to call on the national power of business across the country through its foundation membership of the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry. The ACCI, which covers 350,000 businesses with more than four million employees, is the largest business organisation in Australia.

The TCCI is debt free, committed to lean effective management, closely connected and listening to its members, and firmly focussed on leading a business revival of the Tasmanian economy.
andrew heap
andrew heap

Director - Shepherd & Heap Commercial Auctioneers and Estate Agents REIT Commercial Agent of the year 2014 and 2015 Shepherd & Heap Pty Ltd is the largest commercial property agency in Northern Tasmania with an increasing market share across the commercial, industrial, retail and business sales and leasing sectors. Blake Shepherd, Ian Singline, Marcus Douglas, Linda Davy and Joel Harwood make up the commercial team and have a combined service of more than 80 years in the property industry. Collectively, the team members have sold and leased more local commercial property than any other company. Importantly, Shepherd & Heap’s sales team have a comprehensive understanding of the local property market and all related issues - ensuring clients receive professional services and positive outcomes. Chairman John Glover Art Prize 2018 John Glover Prize the prestigious annual prize for landscape painting in Australia. It is awarded for the work judged the best contemporary painting of the Tasmanian landscape. The winner receives $50,000 and a bronze maquette of colonial artist John Glover (1767-1849). The Glover Prize winner is selected from around 42 final works chosen from 350 entries by a panel of eminent judges. The exhibition, which has become a must-see, is held in the historic Falls Park pavilion in Evandale in March each year for 10 days. Past Chairman Tasmanian Chamber of Commerce & Industry Director Australian Chamber Alliance TASMANIA - building a sustainable future. TCCI will post another positive year for 2018. Michael Bailey has done an incredible job, 1 CEO in 6 years. Hard work and focus by the staff and CEO have broadened many outcomes, setting excellent foundations for the future. The Chamber of Commerce & Industry Tasmania (TCCI) is an independent membership organisation seeking to positively lead the Tasmanian business community by ensuring the best interests of all our members are represented at a Regional, State, National and even International level. We achieve this through our representation, our involvement and our preparedness to discover how we can influence better results for Tasmanian businesses. The TCCI is stronger and better focussed on its core roles of leading, serving, supporting and building business as the backbone of the Tasmanian economy. The TCCI retains the strong support of its members and is built on sound foundations first laid down more than 160 years ago with the establishment of the Hobart and Launceston chambers, even before the arrival of representative government in 1856. The TCCI is the only Tasmanian business organisation in a position to call on the national power of business across the country through its foundation membership of the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry. The ACCI, which covers 350,000 businesses with more than four million employees, is the largest business organisation in Australia. The TCCI is debt free, committed to lean effective management, closely connected and listening to its members, and firmly focussed on leading a business revival of the Tasmanian economy.