Author: naomi

What do real estate investors really want?

SPONSORED POST What is the secret to satisfying today’s tech-savvy, sophisticated and inquisitive investor? Chris Barbier, Yardi’s Investment Management Industry Principal, has a few insights to share. “Today’s investors not […]

City Shaper: Angela Bull

Connecting city to waterfront Tramco Managing Director Angela Bull loves the diversity of property types the company manages – with central Auckland commercial precincts to industrial and a large-scale pastoral […]

Advocacy in a Minute | March 2023

It’s Annual Plan season across Aotearoa – the time of the year where Council’s decide on their budget and priorities for the next 12 months. Head of Advocacy, Katherine Wilson, […]

On the Move | March 2023

Lauren Semple appointed as Environment Court Judge Christchurch lawyer Lauren Semple has been appointed as a Judge of the Environment Court and District Court, Attorney-General David Parker announced late last […]

Opinion: The shrinking pavlova paradise

Property Council’s South Island Regional Committee member, Tom Barclay of PwC shares his view on the move to smaller homes in Aotearoa. 2022 was the first year in New Zealand’s […]

Advocacy in a Minute | March 2023

Proposed Building Act overhaul imminent In this instalment of Advocacy in a Minute, Advocacy Advisor Sandamali Gunawardena talks about improving sustainability and resilience in the property industry and explains our […]

Auckland Council Annual Budget consultation opens

Consultation on Auckland’s Draft Annual Budget 2023/2024 has now opened, with Auckland Council aiming to address an estimated budget shortfall of $295 million for the upcoming financial year. This budget […]