South Island | Women in Property The Hub Hornby Presentation and Site Tour

3:30pm Thursday, 25 January 2018
6:00pm Thursday, 25 January 2018
Women in Property
The Hornby Working Men's Club
17 Carmen Road Hornby
Christchurch, Canterbury 8011
New Zealand

First built in 1976 the Hornby shopping centre was the third major shopping complex in Christchurch and the first fully enclosed and air conditioned mall in the South Island.

With an influx of Christchurch residents to the Southwest after the 2011 earthquakes, further redevelopment was necessary to meet demand which resulted in The Hub Hornby undertaking a $75 million revamp completed in early 2017.

With more than 70 speciality stores and 750 carparks, the growi ng shopping destination of The Hub Hornby attracts around 130,000 customers each week.

This exclusive WIP event will begin at the Hornby Working Men’s Club with presentations from four ladies involved in the redevelopment process:

Victoria McGuckin from Leighs Construction will present on the construction and project management of the development

Raylene McEwan and Charlotte Cochrane from The Buchan Group will provide an overview of the design process and the interior design of the f ood court

Joanna Koster from Colliers International will talk about leasing and relocation of tenants

We will then move over to The Hub Hornby for a site tour led by Kiri Thomson, Operations Manager and Fitout Coordinator at The Hub Hornby.

Please advise any special dietary requirements.


Ticket prices

  Non Member $63.00
  Member $45.00

All prices exclude 15% GST.

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