Specifically curated for property professionals, The Property Conference is a gathering of influential leaders, inspirational innovators, economic experts and the best of local and central government, packed in alongside the property industry’s movers and shakers.
In 2021 we are embracing partnerships with the theme City Shapers | Together Stronger; an ode to the power of collective expertise, insight and industry alignment.
If we are going to “shape cities where communities thrive”, we need to work together as one cohesive unit across the property industry, government and stakeholders.
If we are going to create change, we must be a trusted advisor, supporting the ideas that have merit and suggesting solutions where initiatives need more consideration. The Property Conference aims to showcase the best ideas, innovations and change-makers who will lead our industry, and our country, into the next decade.
Born and raised in Oamaru, Nigel first attended Otago University, where he completed an MSc in Marine Science. He then moved to Auckland where he trained as a Clinical Psychologist and graduated with a Master of philosophy with 1st class honours in Psychology and a Postgraduate Diploma in Clinical Psychology. A sought after speaker, Nigel has presented keynotes at a range of industry and corporate conferences both in New Zealand and overseas. His particular gift is blending real world pragmatism, the latest psychological research, and humour in an engaging and thought provoking manner that has relevance to a wide range of audiences and organisations.
Hilary was TV3’s 6pm network anchor for many years before moving to TVNZ where she now hosts Seven Sharp with Jeremy Wells.
Hilary spent many years working in morning radio as well, both on Auckland’s More FM and Radio Live. The multi-award winning newsreader and presenter, Hilary is an accomplished MC and public speaker.
Dr Tim Williams is a Principal at the global advisory firm Arup and is head of cities for its Australasian region. Before joining Arup, Tim was the CEO of the Committee for Sydney. Tim’s work helped shape public policy and infrastructure planning both in NSW and across Australia as he became a trusted advisor to governments at all levels. Before coming to Australia in 2010 Tim had been a special advisor on urban planning to five consecutive UK ministers and from 1997-2003 he was the CEO of the Thames Gateway London Partnership. Tim is an adjunct professor at Western Sydney University. He attended Cambridge and Oxford Universities, has a doctorate in history and is a qualified teacher and barrister.
As the CEO of Callaghan Innovation (New Zealand’s Government-backed innovation agency), Vic Crone knows first-hand how innovation can change the trajectory of individual businesses AND of New Zealand. While forestry, dairy and tourism have been stalwart industries in the past, it’s time to diversify and future-proof our economy and raise living standards for all – to do this, Vic says, we must turn ourselves into a hub for high-value, knowledge intensive businesses. Her vision for innovation in NZ is to encourage businesses to invest in research and development, build businesses’ confidence, and beef up the commercialisation of ideas to take overseas.
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David Howman CNZM is the Chair of the Athletics Integrity Board, the Chair of World Squash Ethics Commission, Deputy Chair of the International Tennis Federation Ethics Commission, and Chair of the International Cricket Council Anti-Corruption Oversight Group. David was Director General of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), from August 2003 until July 2016, and was instrumental in the shaping of WADA into a highly respected and unified global organization responsible for regulating and monitoring world sport and world governments.
Dr Caralee McLiesh joined the Treasury as Chief Executive and Secretary to the Treasury in September 2019. Caralee’s previous role was as Managing Director at Technical and Further Education (TAFE) New South Wales (NSW), Australia, where she led the transformation of TAFE NSW to become a more modern, competitive and sustainable organisation. Prior to this, Caralee held several Deputy Secretary roles at the NSW Treasury. Caralee also has worked at the World Bank in Washington DC, the International Red Cross and the Boston Consulting Group.
Registration includes tickets to the Welcome Function and the Conference Dinner, please indicate when registering if you are planning to attend these functions. If you would like to purchase additional tickets to either function, please email us on [email protected].
The TPC21 site tour is not included in your general admission ticket, tickets for the tour can be purchased at checkout.
All pricing includes GST.
Future Directions registration is available for delegates aged 35 years and under as of the event date.
Group bookings are available to companies registering 4+ delegates (price above is per delegate).
The conference programme is current as of 8 June 2021 and is subject to change. Details will be updated as they are confirmed.
Join us for a walking site tour around Wellington CBD. Featuring;
Occupying half a city block 20 Customhouse Quay (XXCQ) is a landmark building on Wellington’s waterfront. The 5 Star Green Star rated building is base-isolated and designed for seismic performance to minimise structural damage in a 1 in 500-year earthquake and is estimated to meet up to 180 percent of the Building Code. With 1,300sqm floor plates and 3m high ceilings, the building offers a spacious and efficient work environment in a beautiful, convenient, CBD location.
The historic five-level Dunbar Sloane building is soon to be home to shared workspace provider, Generator. With seismic strengthening to 100 percent of the New Building Standard, the 2000sqm building’s fit-out design retains original heritage features such as high stud ceilings, native timbers and exposed brick walls. The final look will be a blend of the old mixed with the new.
Situated directly behind Parliament, Bowen Campus sits on one hectare of land. Stage One of the Bowen Campus redevelopment, which consists of the Charles Fergusson Tower and Bowen State Building, opened in 2019. Construction on Bowen Campus Stage Two will commence shortly. Stage Two includes the construction of two new buildings to house a mixture of commercial and public sector clients, with both buildings targeting 5 Star Green Star ratings.
Banquet Hall, Parliament