Taking the retail sector into the future
The New Zealand Council of Retail Property provides a unified voice for the retail property and shopping centre industry.
Our membership is broad and encompasses many of New Zealand’s leading retail property owners and managers, including Scentre Group, Kiwi Property, Oyster Property Group, AMP Capital, Stride Property, Colliers International, Tinline Properties and NZ Retail Property Group.
We utilise this membership to stay informed of issues, to advocate on legislative and regulatory challenges, to provide a strong voice for the industry, and to ensure retail is recognised as a significant contributor to the New Zealand economy.
Our mission: To be an effective advocate for investors and managers to promote a better understanding of the significant contribution that retail properties make to New Zealand’s economic growth.
- Promote a strong and resilient retail property and shopping centre industry
- Encourage place making, sustained economic growth and stronger communities.
A division of Property Council New Zealand, NZCoRP is governed by a committee of volunteers who are key players within the retail and shopping centre industry.
NZ Retail Property Group
Kiwi Property Group
Tinline Property Group
Oyster Property Group
Become a member
Please contact Membership Manager Harry Wright for more information about NZCoRP's activities and membership.
The NZCoRP Retail Conference delivers leading edge thinking in terms of retail trends, retail marketing and the current issues facing the industry. Held annually, the conference attracts approx. 400 retail property professionals.
The NZCoRP Education Programme offers a Retail Property Introduction 01 course and a Retail Property Advanced 02 course that teaches participants an overall understanding of how the retail property sector operates, the methodologies of making sound retail decisions and creating a practical toolkit for working with retailers. Both courses are run once a year, spaces are limited to 25 attendees.
T: 09 373 3546