Landgate’s CEO, Graeme Gammie, is stepping down

By on 9 January, 2024
Graeme Gammie. Image courtesy Landgate.

After serving five years as Chief Executive Officer of Western Australia’s Land Information Authority, Landgate, Graeme Gammie has announced his decision to step down from the role in early 2024.

During his tenure, Gammie guided Landgate through a series of challenges, including the refocus and evolution of the organisation following partial commercialisation in 2019, the COVID-19 pandemic, the modernisation of WA’s electronic land dealings and its strata reform agenda.

He also led the way for Landgate to harness emerging digital technologies to support the sustainable economic, social and environmental management and development across the state.

Recruitment will soon commence for a new CEO; in the interim, Bruce Roberts — currently General Manager Registration Services — will be appointed as Acting Chief Executive.

“I would like to thank Graeme Gammie for his valuable contribution to the Western Australian public sector over the last 26 years,” said Western Australia’s Lands Minister, John Carey.

“Particularly, it’s important to acknowledge his leadership of Landgate over the past five years, guiding a reform and innovation agenda that will ensure the agency will meet the needs of government, industry and the community into the future.

“On behalf of the State Government, we extend our gratitude and thanks to Graeme for his invaluable contributions and wish him success in his future endeavours.”

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