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SCA (WA) Announces New President Andrew Chambers: Exciting Road Ahead for the Strata Industry

Thursday 19 October 2023: Strata Community Association Western Australia (SCA WA) is excited to announce Andrew Chambers as its next President along with Taryn Linfoot as Vice-President.



Incoming SCA (WA) President Andrew Chambers has had a long and distinguished career in the strata sector that spans more than 25 years. He is the managing director of strata management firm Chambers Franklyn and has served previously as the president of SCA (WA), as well as SCA Australasia, the national strata peak body.


“I'm honoured and privileged to have another opportunity to represent our membership and further enhance the progress and achievements made by Catherine and the board during her three year tenure,” said Mr Chambers.


“Increasing the profile and professionalism of the industry has always been a passion of mine, and I am fully committed to driving those goals forward during my tenure.

“The progress and achievements made particularly in recent years would not have been possible without the foresight of past presidents and board directors.


“As the strata sector’s peak body in WA, we have made great strides over the last few years, especially in the education and advocacy space, and I look forward to carrying the baton forward in those areas,” he said.


Outgoing SCA (WA) President Catherine Lezer said it has been an absolute honour serving the strata sector and is confident the strides made forward during her tenure will continue to gather pace.


“I see opportunities for SCA (WA) everywhere. I see them in the high proportion of people who have never lived in an apartment, never sat on a strata committee, and haven’t had the chance to see the compelling future and impact apartment and strata living will have on so many people in WA,” she said.


“As president, I’ve witnessed the positive impact of our collective efforts during my tenure. We’ve been doing the hard work in promoting best practices, advocating for legislative changes and fostering a sense of community among strata property owners.

“Legislative review and reform, EV integration, ensuring planning and design is inclusive of strata’s interests are just a few of the exciting issues ahead, and I know I’m leaving with those issues in safe hands,” she said.


Incoming SCA (WA) Vice-President said she is honoured to have been elected to the SCA (WA) Board and to assume the role of Vice President.


“With my years of experience on the Industry Advancement Committee, focusing on strata profession advocacy and policy, I look forward to continuing to support the team and further promote and advocate for the strata profession,” she said.


SCA prides itself on representing the growing strata management industry around Australia, and the maintenance of leading standards among its membership.

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