July 29 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm$67.85
Infrastructure plays a key role in stimulating our economy and employment, as well as presenting significant challenges in our region and across New Zealand. This extended afternoon event brings together a top line-up of speakers and panellists presenting different facets and perspectives on the infrastructure issues that affect us all.
The day includes presentations from:
- Hon Nanaia Mahuta, Minister of Local Government – Local Government Funding Models
- Lauren Semple, Greenwood Roche – RMA changes
- Ross Copland, Infrastructure Commission – Why we need to rethink the way we manage our resources
- Plus, a panel discussion on Wellington’s future infrastructure plans featuring Siobhan Procter (Let’s Get Wellington Moving), Tom Williams, Liam Hodgetts, Vida Christeller (Wellington City Council), Nathan Geard (Hutt City) Facilitated by Graeme Sharman (WSP).
Engage with those working on the key issues impacting Wellington’s growth, then continue the conversation over drinks at the end of the day.
Spaces are limited – book now!
Please note: As this is a member-only event, you will need to be logged in as a member to register. For further instructions on how to reset your password and login, click here.The advertised ticket price is inclusive of GST. Registration includes access to the event and post-event refreshments.
A NOTE ABOUT COVID
In these changing times, a live event is a rare and precious thing. While we will do everything in our power to bring this event to you as a face-to-face experience, should the situation change and restrictions on event numbers fluctuate due to government restrictions, we may be forced to take this event online or change the format. Of course, you’ll still be getting the same great content, just in a different format. Please ensure you have read and understood the event terms and conditions and bear with us as we play the hand we are dealt over the coming months. We will always strive to deliver the best-case scenario to our members, and we appreciate your support and understanding with any adaption we may have to undertake to achieve that.
Registration to this event is an acknowledgement of your acceptance of our Event Terms and Conditions and Code of Conduct.