Our Board ensures the requirements of the Western Australia Land Authority Act and other corporate governance requirements are met, as well as providing independent and strategic guidance..
George McCullagh – Chairperson
Initially appointed Director of the LandCorp Board in September 2010, George became Deputy Chairperson in June 2015 and as of 1 January 2018, chairs both the LandCorp and Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority Boards.
George was previously a Partner with the international consulting firm Deloitte. Over the past 15 years, he has worked as a consultant in independent practice providing commercial and advisory services to a range of planning, infrastructure, transport and redevelopment organisations in Western Australia.
Memberships include the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Kylee has been a LandCorp Board member since September 2016. She chairs the Statutory Planning Committee and is a member of the Governance and Remuneration Committee.
As an experienced Architect, she has led the design and delivery of many aged care, multi-residential, retirement and community projects across Western Australia. Her work within the architectural profession resulted in her receiving the 2015 Australian Institute of Architects WA Emerging Architect award and the 2014 WA Business News 40under40 Award.
Kylee is a Non-Executive Director for Bethanie, WA’s largest not-for-profit aged care provider and a council member for a number of industry boards and committees including the Property Council of Australia (WA Division) Divisional Council and the Australian Institute of Architects Chapter Council.
She is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Simon has been a LandCorp Board member since April 2010 and currently chairs the Board’s Audit and Risk Management Committee. He has honed his hands-on skill set spanning 25 years working with Australia’s leading corporate recovery specialists where he has specialised in corporate reconstruction, turnaround and business improvement.
He currently consults, specialising in the complex area of the Personal Property Securities Act.
Simon has significant experience working across a number of sectors including forestry, mining, engineering, finance and property.
He is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and a Chartered Accountant.
Appointed to the Board on 1 January 2018, Jane is a member of the Board’s Statutory Planning Committee.
As an owner and Director at CLE Town Planning and Design, her experience spans town planning in local government and private practice. Jane has been instrumental in the planning and delivery of major residential, commercial and industrial projects in Western Australia as well as government and institutional projects.
She is a strong advocate for, and actively involved in, the planning reform agenda.
Memberships include the Western Australian Planning Commission. She is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, holds an MBA and planning qualifications. Jane was made a Fellow of the Planning Institute of Australia in 2015 for her contribution to planning.
Dale was appointed to the Board on 1 January 2018 and is a member of the Board’s Statutory Planning Committee and Governance and Remuneration Committee.
As Director of Planning and Community Development at the City of Joondalup since 2010, Dale is responsible for statutory and strategic urban planning, building approvals, environmental health (including immunisation), planning and building compliance (including swimming pools), community development activities and the City of Joondalup’s four libraries.
She has considerable experience in delivering land development projects throughout Western Australia, previously working in senior roles at the East Perth and Subiaco Redevelopment Authorities and LandCorp.
Appointed to the Board on 1 January 2018, Rebecca chairs the Governance and Remuneration Committee and is a member of the Audit and Risk Management Committee.
In her role as a partner at Corrs Chambers Westgarth, she specialises in property and infrastructure law. Rebecca provides legal and strategic advice to Australia’s largest companies, foreign investors and government. Areas of focus include property development and redevelopment, joint ventures, sales and acquisitions of commercial, retail and industrial property and pastoral, agricultural and tourism assets and social housing.