Tag: leonie freeman

Leonie Freeman: Collective impact

Collective impact and influence This being my first missive since the Property Council New Zealand Rider Levett Bucknall Property Industry Awards held in Auckland a couple of weeks ago, I […]

Leonie Freeman: Mānawatia a Matariki

Happy Māori New Year With 2022 marking Aotearoa’s first official Matariki holiday celebration, we hope the new year brings you good health, happiness and prosperity. On the agenda this week […]

Leonie Freeman: Face-to-face in the regions

As post-COVID travel has picked back up, the advocacy team have commenced travelling to the regions to meet with key stakeholders and engage with our members at Property Council events. […]

Leonie Freeman: Mid-year whip around

I got a shock late last week when our Leadership Team sat down to confirm our closing dates for Christmas. I believe my exact response was “I can’t believe you’re […]

Budget 2022 delivers an extension of BAU

Today, Finance Minister Grant Robertson released the Government’s annual spending plans for the coming year. Going into Budget Day, we’d already been fed a few breadcrumbs; the Apprenticeship Boost scheme […]

Leonie Freeman: Recharge and reset

Somehow it feels like the Easter break couldn’t have come at a better time. With most of New Zealand still in the grips of peak-omicron outbreak, people are busy, juggling […]

Leonie Freeman: He waka hono tangata

He waka hono tangata A canoe that unites the people Our central role as Property Council New Zealand is to hono, to connect. We connect the industry with policy makers, […]