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Professional Summary

Luke has 10 years’ experience in property research and real estate advisory, providing strategic advice and research to private, government and listed groups. Luke currently heads up the national industrial research function at Colliers International, where he provides high quality research and advice on the trends impacting the sector to both internal business lines and clients.

Prior to joining Colliers International, Luke has held roles within the Real Estate Advisory Services (REAS) division at KPMG and the Research and Consultancy team at Knight Frank.

Luke’s areas of expertise include property research, demographic assessments, highest and best use analysis and supply and demand assessments across a broad range of property sectors including industrial, office, residential, student accommodation and retirement and aged care.


Bachelor of Business and Commerce (Property)
University of Western Sydney

Expert/Featured Research
5 Nov 2020
Industrial Research and Forecast Report | Second Half 2020
Our latest Industrial RFR H2 2020 explores the key trends and themes for 2021 and our outlook for both the occupier and investment markets.
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2 Sep 2020
Industrial Cap Rate Analysis
Colliers International is pleased to share the latest cropping and grazing market update for the NSW, including market commentary and analysis of recent transactions.
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Expert/Featured News
4 Mar 2021
Food for Thought - the rise of Food Logistics
The food and grocery sector in Australia has recorded strong growth over the past year and this has created a positive thematic for the industrial and logistics sector amid a challenging economic environment.
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3 Dec 2020
Border Resilience
Historically, Australia has enjoyed one of the strongest rates of population growth in the world and it has been this growth that has underpinned the country’s economic expansion over the past two decades. However, with the international border likely to be closed until a vaccine for COVID-19 is found, net overseas migration is forecast to contract over the next two years and this will have considerable flow on effects to the Australian industrial and logistics sector.
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5 Nov 2020
E-commerce to result in record industrial leasing demand for 2021
A record year of leasing demand is expected across industrial markets in 2021, underpinned by the continued growth of e-commerce, which will bolster warehouse demand.
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3 Jun 2020
Innovation to be at the forefront of logistics following COVID-19
The financial impact of COVID-19 is still unknown, but it is clear that there will be several months of operational impact throughout global supply chains.
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