Our Directors:

Peter Port 

  • Diploma in Business Studies (Property Management)
  • Bachelor of Arts (Social Sciences)
  • Diploma in Business and Administration (Management Systems)

Peter co-founded Port Glen in 1994. Peter is an expert in infrastructure requirements and all aspects of land tenure. He has a wealth of experience in the public sector and holds the following accreditation categories.

Accredited by Land Information New Zealand for all 9 possible categories:
  • Public Works Act 1981 - Acquisition of Land for Public Works
  • Public Works Act 1981 - Assessment of Compensation
  • Public Works Act 1981 - Dealing with Public Works Land (Disposal and Leasing)
  • Public Works Act 1981 - Statutory Right of Repurchase
  • Roading Actions - Local Government Act 1974 & Public Works Act 1981
  • Treaty of Waitangi Claim Settlements
  • All Legislation - Proclamation preparation and Gazette preparation and signing
  • New Zealand Railways Corporation Restructuring Act 1990 - Disposal and use of railway land
  • New Zealand Railways Corporation Restructuring Act 1990 - Statutory Right of Repurchase

Peter is interested in the environment, keeping up with current affairs and writing. He spends his leisure time on his bush block. 

Heather Glen 

  • Bachelor of Arts (Social Sciences)
  • Bachelor of Applied Arts

Heather co-founded Port Glen in 1994 with a background in Management, Administration and Finance.

She has an interest in strategy and management of projects, is an able researcher and negotiator and works with Peter Port on Land Information New Zealand accreditation work.

Heather is an accomplished artist. Her artworks are postmodern expressionist in style. She paints about the relationships between the individual and society throughout multiple time periods. She has a large working studio in Northland.