Our Executive Team

for 2019 - 2020

Bradley von XANTEN

President

Bradley has been serving as a Treasurer and Chairperson of a large scheme on Sunshine Coast for over 12 years.  His previous professional background equipped him with good administrative and analytical skills.

His membership in UOAQ and the contribution UOAQ has made to positive changes in his current scheme has motivated him to share those experience with other members facing the same challenges.

Wayne STEVENS

Vice-President

Wayne is a retired accountant who spent his entire career in the entertainment industry, managing such events as The Great Moscow Circus and Torvill & Dean on an international basis. Wayne lives in a high-rise unit on the Gold Coast and took an interest in bodies corporate some 30 years ago when he became Chairman of Atlantis West, a 170-residential unit block.

In 2000, he became Chairman of The Phoenician, a resort at Broadbeach with 330 lots including both residential and commercial. Because of complaints of poor returns from owners in the letting pool, he lodged a complaint with the Office of Fair Trading in 2003 that saw the Manager at The Phoenician charged with almost 3,000 breaches of the Property Agents and Motor Dealers Act.

Wayne has 30 years of dealing with body corporate issues in properties on the Gold Coast. He has made numerous representations, together with other UOAQ colleagues to government departments, the commissioners and the ministers. He is considerably experienced in the prime issues that concern unit owners and willing to pursue the equity he believes they should be entitled to.

Bob BOUNDY

Treasurer

Bob has until recently resided in the large CBD Brisbane complex since inception of the building. He was Chairperson for the first 6 years, then Treasurer and Committee Member for many years out of the 21 years since registration.

Bob has 45 years’ experience as a practising accountant and small business proprietor. Bob is also an ASIC registered investment adviser.

He developed a financial research data base for bodies corporate industry allowing benchmarking/analysis of financial performance of bodies corporate based on audited financial accounts.

Further, Bob developed cash flow management service for body corporates to significantly improve the financial return from bank accounts over the low returns arranged by Body Corporate Managers.

Bob is an advocate for the rights of owners.

Roger DEARING

Committee Member

Roger has been a Committee Member for over ten years, been a Secretary for seven years and lived in Carmel by the Sea and other strata titled high rise buildings for the past twenty years.

Roger has a vast body corporate experience and is a member of UOAQ since 1998.

Roger’s body corporate activities include being speaker and/or presenter at public seminars on the Gold Coast. He has drafted and implemented programs/schedules in mixed holiday-let owner-occupied resort, such as facilities maintenance and management.

Roger is active advocate for strata title owners’ rights and control of their assets.

Philip GREENHIL

Committee Member

Philip has extensive knowledge of the BCCM Act and Regulations. He has served for 10 years as a Chairman and 4 years as a Committee Member in his scheme, and gained the experience in advocacy and meeting with governmnent officials and negotiating skills.

By serving on UOAQ Executive Committee Phillip would like to represent and promote the interests of lot owners to relevant govermental agencies, provide guidance to individual lot owners and strenghten the voice of unit owners in Queensland.

Tony ENTRIKEN

Committee Member

Tony is retired criminal barrister and long term member of UOAQ.  He currently serves on the two strata committees as a Chairperson and a Committee Member.  He would like to use his professional experience to advance the activities of UOAQ and make positive contribution for the benefit of all unit owners in Queensland.

Greg MELLOY

Committee Member

Greg Melloy was the Chairman of a residential resort on the Gold Coast during the later period of trouble with the management rights holder. He is retired and has experience with business development in emerging technologies and marketing consulting in the IT industry across Asia.

Mike MURRAY

Committee Member

Mike is semi-retired and has served as executive committee member on several bodies corporate for more than 20 years.  While maintaining business interests in the sustainable energy space he has enjoyed a rewarding career in secondary and tertiary education sectors in the fields of information technology, industrial design and engineering.  Mike holds multiple post-graduate qualifications to Master’s degree in these fields.

Mike is eager to assist owners where able.  He is currently more involved in advocating with respect to the unlawful use of Class 2 residential dwelling units for transient and short-term accommodation and undisclosed commissions.

Mike supports the voice of unit owners and the exercise of their rights according to law.

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