Tony De Domenico Named As Chairman Of Places Victoria

Tony De Domenico Named As Chairman Of Places Victoria

Victoria Minister for Planning Matthew Guy

New Chairman Appointed To Places Victoria

Victor P Taffa

  • Tony De Domenico appointed as Chairman of Places Victoria board
  • Independent appointment follows record financial results
  • Places Victoria on track to deliver urban renewal mandate

The board of Places Victoria has been further strengthened following its record financial results by the appointment of Tony De Domenico to the position of Chairman.

 

 

 

 

Planning Minister Matthew Guy today announced the appointment of Mr. De Domenico who will join three recently appointed independent members and two government members.

“The Board and management team at Places Victoria, led by CEO Gregory Anderson, has continued to drive the organisation’s transformation.” Mr. Guy said.

“I am delighted to announce the appointment of a new highly skilled Chairman, Tony De Domenico.”

Mr. De Domenico’s 40 year career has incorporated various roles across the higher education, international diplomacy and government sectors.

Most recently, Mr. De Domenico has served as Deputy Chancellor of La Trobe University, from 2009 and as President of the Italian Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

In addition for the past 10 years, Mr. De Domenico has led the Victoria Division of the Urban Development Institute of Australia as its Executive Director. Mr. De Domenico has now resigned from this position to accept the appointment as Places Victoria’s Chairman.

“Under the Coalition Government, Places Victoria has been transformed from an organisation with dated, wasteful structures to one that is leaner, more efficient and highly profitable.” Mr. Guy said.

“With a rejuvenated board, management team and CEO, the Coalition Government has transformed Places Victoria into a more focused and more responsive organisation.”

“It is now in a position to draw on its experience in urban renewal and property development to maximise returns to government and create opportunities for the private sector in years to come.” Mr. Guy said.