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Jones Lang LaSalle appoints new Head of Valuations and Advisory in ACT

With over 20 years’ industry experience, Matthew Shadbolt commenced May 14

CANBERRA, 20 May, 2013 – Jones Lang LaSalle announces the appointment of a new Head of Valuations and Advisory for ACT, Matthew Shadbolt.

With over 20 years’ industry experience spanning commercial, retail and residential property across the Canberra, Brisbane and Sydney markets, Mr Shadbolt commenced his position as of May 14, 2013.
Mr Shadbolt has worked with Jones Lang LaSalle previously in Brisbane from 1994 to 1996 as a senior valuer.
Jones Lang LaSalle’s Managing Director, ACT Andrew Balzanelli said, “I am thrilled Matthew has rejoined our firm in Canberra, heading up a Valuations and Advisory practice within ACT comprising of six professionals within an ever-growing business.
“Matthew is a highly respected valuer, and has solid expertise in property for both the public and private sector markets, which I’m confident will be an asset to our team moving forward,” said Mr Balzanelli.
During the past 10 years, Mr Shadbolt has specialised in the Canberra property market, focusing on institutional-grade commercial assets, and providing strategic advice to a number of high-profile clients.
Most recently, Mr Shadbolt held the position of Regional Manager for Canberra and Queensland at the Australian Valuation Office, where he provided leadership, direction and ensured a high level of integration and consistency across the business.
Mr Shadbolt was a senior vice president on the Australian Property Institute (API) ACT board during 2005-2010 and most recently, was a divisional counsellor for API Queensland.
“Having worked with Jones Lang LaSalle previously, I seized the opportunity to rejoin the firm with such a highly experienced team of valuers, to further develop the team’s presence in the Canberra market place. The Canberra market has very unique, specific dynamics and drivers, and being a part of that is very exciting,” Mr Shadbolt concluded. ​