Residential Development Summit

Coming to Auckland 29 March 2022

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Early bird tickets on sale now!

New Zealand’s premier residential development forum returns to the Aotea Centre, Auckland on Tuesday 29 March 2022, with leaders from the large-scale residential development sector brought together for one day of market analysis and networking.

The Summit will collate detailed market updates and a look at what the political landscape and legislative environment means for the market. We will explore innovative case studies in urban design, while sharing insights into the future of cities and shining a light on the blurring of lines between traditional development and emerging ‘alternative’ residential sectors such as build-to-rent.

Residential Development Summit 2022 will provide a packed agenda that allows property developers, investors, owners and associated property professionals to be fully up to speed on all the key issues in the residential development market.

Book early and save up to $246 per ticket!
Leonie Freeman

Chief Executive

Early Bird Registration

Early bird pricing closes 24 December 2021.

All pricing includes GST.


RRP from 25 December $573.85
$ 487
  • Access to all Summit sessions
  • One ticket to the Crockers Cocktail Function
  • Exceptional networking with the property industry's movers and shakers
save $86

Non Member

RRP from 25 December $819.95
$ 696
  • Access to all Summit sessions
  • One ticket to the Crockers Cocktail Function
  • Exceptional networking with the property industry's movers and shakers
save $246

Featured Speakers

Angela Buckley

General Manager, Build to Rent, Mirvac

Angela leads Mirvac’s Build to Rent BTR function, generating strategic direction for business activities and continuing growth of the business towards a medium term target of 5,000 apartments.

She oversees the Australian Build to Rent Club (ABTRC) and future third party capital relationships for Mirvac in this sector, being accountable for the financial performance of each project. Mirvac is positioned as Australia’s market leader and a first mover in BTR through end-to-end acquisition, development and long-term ownership of quality designed properties, specifically with renters in mind.

John Badman

Principal, CallisonRTKL

Contributing to multiple BTR committees, forums and insight groups, John has been heavily involved in the design of BTR product in the UK market since its inception.

As a Principal of CallisonRTKL (CRTKL), John leads the global architecture and design firm’s residential team across the United Kingdom, Europe and Middle East. Having shaped over 10,000+ BTR units across the UK, his commercial acumen and human centric design approach continues to shape the future of the sector.

Pamela Bell

Innovation Consultant

Pamela Bell is an Innovation Consultant in the built environment with expertise in offsite manufacturing, design-thinking approaches, dynamic strategy, and future-focused governance. She works with a range of organisation types, including start-ups, corporates, local and central government agencies, both onshore and off.

Pamela founded the peak body for innovative construction, PrefabNZ, in 2010 from her Master of Architecture thesis ‘Kiwi Prefab’ and handed over the reins in 2019 when offsite construction reached a ‘tipping point’ of awareness for central government, the construction industry and the public consumer alike.

Sharon Zolner

Chief Economist, ANZ

Sharon grew up on a farm near Methven, and holds a Master of Commerce from the University of Canterbury. She started her career at the Reserve Bank of New Zealand in 1998, and has also worked at the central bank of Norway.

She moved to the New Zealand banking sector in 2006. She joined the ANZ economics team in 2010 and became Chief Economist in late 2017. Sharon manages a team of six sector experts around New Zealand.

Kim Hill

Master of Ceremonies

Following the completion of a Canterbury University’s Postgraduate School of Journalism, Kim joined Radio New Zealand in Gisborne. A stint in Greymouth followed, as did a period writing for the Nelson Evening Mail and working for newspapers in the UK and Australia, before Kim arrived in Wellington to brandish her acerbic skills on the current affairs show, Checkpoint.

Next came Morning Report, with Geoff Robinson, where she quickly gained a high profile for her probing, persistent style of questioning. When Kim became the host of the daily morning programme Nine to Noon in 1993, it quickly became essential listening. Kim began hosting the Saturday Morning show in 2002.

Clive Mackenzie

Chief Executive Officer, Kiwi Property

Clive Mackenzie is the Chief Executive Officer of Kiwi Property, one of New Zealand’s largest listed property companies. He has held the role since July 2018 and is responsible for the performance, strategic direction and management of the business. Prior to this, he was Senior Vice President Development – East Coat for Westfield USA, where he was responsible for efforts to transform the company’s real estate portfolio between Chicago and Florida.

Clive held a number of executive roles at Westfield New Zealand before his relocation to North America, including General Manager – Development and General Manager – Leasing. With a property and finance career that spans more than 20 years, Clive has significant experience in retail, mixed-use and greenfield development, as well as property financing and operations.


8:45am    Conference Opening  

Kim Hill
Master of Ceremonies

8:50am    Welcome  

Leonie Freeman
Chief Executive, Property Council New Zealand

9:00am    An Economic Forecast  

Sharon Zollner
Chief Economist, ANZ

9:25am    The Future of Build to Rent

David Woodward
Chief Executive Officer, Global Apartment Advisors

John Badman
Principal, CallisonRTKL 

Angela Buckley
General Manager BTR, Mirvac

10:25am   Morning Tea 

10:55am   Case study | Project Maungarongo

Mark Todd
Co-Founder, Ockham Residential

Paul Majurey 
Chair, Eke Panuku Development Auckland

11:20am    Energy Efficient Social Housing

Greg Foster
National Director, Salvation Army Social Housing

11:45am   NPS-UD; what does it mean? 

Bill McKay
Lecturer, The University of Auckland

12:10pm   Lunch

1:10pm     Policy Perspective

Andrew Crisp
Chief Executive Officer, Ministry of Housing and Urban Development

1:30pm     Social Housing Done Right

Rohan Bush
Director, Building Sustainability, Innovation and Standards, Kāinga Ora – Homes and Communities

2:05pm     Where to now for the NZ residential sector?

Clive Mackenzie
Chief Executive Officer, Kiwi Property

2:45pm     Afternoon Tea

3:15pm     Case study

Emma Telfer
Director of Culture & Strategy, Assemble

3:40pm     Panel | The future trends you need to know about

Facilitated by Pamela Bell, Innovation Consultant

John Eastwood
Head of Pre-Construction Services ANZ, Xlam

Greer O’Donnell
Urban Strategist, The Urban Advisory

Simone Horrobin
General Manager Property Development, Founders Development

4:20pm    Summit Wrap Up

Leonie Freeman
Chief Executive, Property Council New Zealand

4:30pm – 6:00pm     Crockers Cocktail Function

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Catie Harris

Events Manager

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