The Ingham family has a long history of supporting the community, most notably the Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research.

After witnessing the dedication and professionalism of Liverpool Hospital towards their mother’s health and care, Bob and Jack Ingham offered to help Liverpool Hospital by building a research institute. The vision was to improve the health and wellbeing of people living in Sydney’s southwest and beyond.

On 23 October 2012 the Ingham Institute was opened, creating a world class, state-of-the-art research precinct in the centre of Liverpool. The Ingham family has continued to support the Institute, recognised today as a research leader in the southern hemisphere, with over 400 researchers.

The Ingham Institute demonstrates Bob Ingham’s entrepreneurial mindset and community spirit. Bob Ingham’s philanthropic gifts to the Institute exceed $15 million, ranking him as one of Australia’s most generous supporters of health and medical research. This is just one of many philanthropic initiatives the Ingham family supports.

Ingham Property shares Bob’s commitment to contribute to the community in meaningful ways. Ingham Property will continue to invest in community projects that ‘build for the future’ in reference to:
• health
• active lifestyles
• community sport
• community participation
• diversity and culture.


These values represent the code by which we operate. They demonstrate what you can expect from us, and what we expect from those we partner with and serve.


“Can we shake hands on this?”

Your trust and our integrity are fundamental to building real relationships. Our handshake is the deal, we stand by our word.


”Are we improving it?”

Our commitment is to the highest professional quality and standards of excellence, protecting our and others reputations.


“Does this make Bob proud?”

Our decisions and actions today are enduring and for tomorrow, creating long term, sustainable outcomes that serve others.


“Would Bob do this?”

We are respectful, we are respected, we recognise that relationships are reciprocal and reputations earnt.


“Is this good for business, good for others, good to do?”

Our business acumen and ambitions are governed by our values, driven by our experience and fuelled by the family legacy.