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Holding Redlich partner Ranjit Singh listed as one of Far North Queensland’s most influential people

29 November 19 - Media Release

Holding Redlich partner Ranjit Singh has just been announced as one of the most influential people in Far North Queensland.

Ranjit has been listed in 18th place on the list of 100 ‘FNQ’s Most Influential People’, an annual feature published by the Cairns Post newspaper. 

Commenting on the listing, Ranjit said: “I am very pleased to receive this recognition and to have been included on a list that is an impressive showcase of people doing wonderful work across Far North Queensland.”

The list of FNQ’s Most Influential People can be found here.

Ranjit, based in Holding Redlich’s Cairns office, was also recently appointed to the Queensland Government’s Far North Queensland Regional Community Forum.

The Forum is designed to promote discussion between key regional stakeholders each quarter, helping drive the creation of effective regional programs for the community.

Queensland premier Annastacia Palaszczuk MP has described the forum members as providing an: “…important link to the diverse communities in your region.”

Ranjit is also the president of the Far North Queensland Branch of the Urban Development Institute of Australia.

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