Green leasing on the agenda at Reset24

Taking to the stage after a two-year hiatus, Reset24 is a one-day conference exploring ESG in property. We’ll look at how the property sector can embrace New Zealand’s commitment to halve our carbon emissions by 2030 and improve business sustainability.

 

Connecting property, people and the planet, Reset24 is a sustainability event, but it’s much broader than simply green buildings – it’s about embracing innovation in business so people, the planet and the property sector prosper, together.

One such session is the highly-anticipated Green Leasing Panel Discussion. Facilitated by Heath Brunton, a Partner at DLA Piper and featuring ANZ’s Kelly Bunyan and Cbus Property’s Marc Gillespie, this panel will delve into the future of green leasing and explore its transformative potential for the property sector.

We’ll be discussing:

  • Strategies for ensuring green leasing agreements are not merely symbolic gestures but instead result in tangible, measurable environmental benefits
  • The key components that should be included in green leasing agreements to enhance their robustness and accountability
  • How landlords and tenants can collaborate to establish clear benchmarks and performance metrics within green leasing agreements to track progress and ensure accountability
  • Successful examples where green leasing agreements have been effectively implemented to drive significant environmental improvements
  • The innovations and advancements that could further enhance the effectiveness and accountability of green leasing in promoting sustainable practices within commercial real estate.

Meet the speakers

Panellist Kelly Bunyan is Head of Property New Zealand/Pacific at ANZ New Zealand and a Director on the ‘Accessible Properties’ Board, New Zealand’s second largest social housing provider. Kelly is responsible for setting the strategy and delivering operational excellence across ANZ’s New Zealand and Pacific corporate, retail, datacentre, and infrastructure portfolios as well as managing the Bank’s security.

Before joining ANZ, Kelly was responsible for another property and infrastructure portfolio at one of New Zealand ‘s largest companies, while her prior experience as a Senior Property and Construction Lawyer has been fundamental to her success of leveraging property and to create business transformation.

Meanwhile, Marc Gillespie has more than 15 years’ experience in sustainability and ESG frameworks and is passionate about creating buildings that have a positive impact on the environment and the community.

As Head of Sustainability & ESG, Marc has been pivotal in setting and delivering on Cbus Property’s aspiration to be a world-leader in developing and managing sustainable office, retail and residential buildings. He has extensive experience in integrating sustainability principals into the design and operation of a vast range of building types, as demonstrated in Cbus Property’s award-winning portfolio of acquisitions, new developments and core investments.

Book now for Reset24

Join us in Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland on Tuesday 7 May.

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