Precinct FY22 Interim Results and Webcast Details
Precinct Properties New Zealand Limited (Precinct) (NZX: PCT) confirms today that its Interim financial results for the six months ended 31 December 2021 will be released to the market on Wednesday 23 February 2022.
A live webcast of the results presentation is scheduled to be held at 10am NZ time on the same day. To view and listen to the webcast, this can be accessed directly from the following link below:
The webcast will also be made available on Precinct’s website:
For further information, please contact:
Chief Executive Officer
Mobile: +64 21 431 581
Deputy Chief Executive Officer
Mobile: +64 21 384 014
Chief Financial Officer
Mobile: +64 29 969 4770
About Precinct (PCT)
Precinct is New Zealand’s only listed city centre specialist investing predominantly in premium and A-grade commercial office property. Listed on the NZX Main Board, PCT currently owns Auckland’s HSBC Tower, AON Centre, Jarden House, Deloitte Centre, 204 Quay Street, Mason Bros. Building, 12 Madden Street, 10 Madden Street, PwC Tower and Commercial Bay Retail; and Wellington’s AON Centre, NTT Tower, Central on Midland Park, No. 1 and No. 3 The Terrace, Mayfair House, Charles Fergusson Building, Defence House, Bowen House and Freyberg Building. Precinct owns Generator NZ, New Zealand’s premier flexible office space provider. Generator currently offers 13,600 square metres of space across nine locations in Auckland and Wellington.
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