Countdown to the Residential Development Summit

Are we building enough social housing? What is the Government’s view on the response of local Councils to the NPS-UD? With Build to Rent housing exploding in the U.K, how can New Zealand replicate this success? What does ‘residential done well’ look like? How can we house our communities better, and build faster and more sustainably? How are local iwi incorporating Te Ao Māori (the Māori worldview) into their housing developments?

Consider this your personal invitation to join the conversation at this year’s Residential Development Summit, being held at the Aotea Centre, Auckland on Thursday 9 March.

Residential property experts from around the world will present at the day-long summit that includes case studies on local developments along with updates from Housing Minister Hon Dr Megan Woods and National Party Housing Spokesperson, Chris Bishop, as well as leading economist Shamubeel Eaqub, and independent commentator and analyst Bernard Hickey.

Unique to the Summit, Shelley Katae of Tāmaki Regeneration will present a case study on the Tāmaki Regeneration Project followed by Israel Cooper of Home NZ, who will share the story of the Pirirākau Subdivision and Scott McCulloch of Ngāi Tahu Property and Helmut Modlik of Te Rūnanga o Toa Rangatira will discuss what makes iwi development different.

Property Council CEO and long-time housing strategist Leonie Freeman will look at how we solve New Zealand’s housing crisis before a panel discussion by industry heavyweights on the pros and cons of various housing models and how we can disrupt traditional thinking. The day will wrap up with a session by famed technology futurist Joe Davies, who will discuss what we’ll want from our homes in the future and how tech will drive (and meet) those expectations.

Lock the date in your calendar and book now!

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