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When
  • 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
  • 20 June 2018
Where
  • Grand Millenium Hotel
  • 71 Mayoral Dr, Auckland, 1010
  • Auckland
Price (exclusive of GST)
  • $450.00 for members
  • $700.00 for non-members
NZGBC FE Points
  • 6.00 FE Points

Housing Summit 2018

Registrations are now closed - if you are keen to register for the Housing Summit please

email Aroha here.

Nau mai, haere mai!

The New Zealand Green Building Council is excited to announce the Housing Summit to be held at the Grand Millennium Hotel Auckland on 20 June 2018.

We’ve all sat in conferences that are all hammer and no nails. And while we sit around in large meeting rooms, our homes still aren’t good enough, and haven’t been for years.

No longer should our fellow New Zealanders have to live in damp, cold, unhealthy homes.

We know how to build warm, dry homes for our whānau. We know that the time for talk is over, and now’s the time for action.

Special for NZGBC Future Thinkers $250.00 +gst. Email events

We have a great line up of exciting, inspiring and diverse national and international speakers.

Industry CPD points

NZIA 60 NZRAB points

ADNZ 10.5 points

NZGBC 6 FE points

FULL PROGRAMME HERE

Introductions and welcome.

Corin Dann - Master of Ceremonies.

Andrew Eagles - Chief Executive Officer, New Zealand Green Building Council.

Session 1: Ministerial address - The Future of New Zealand Homes - what this Government plans to deliver.

Hon Jenny Salesa - Minister for Building and Construction

Session 2: Overcoming obstacles in our path - Guest speaker.


Session 3: The economics of better homes.

Shamubeel Eaqub - Economist, Author and Media Commentator.


Session 4: Innovative financing for better communities

Moderator: Hannah McQueen - Founder and Director of enableMe NZ Ltd, After Dinner Speaker, Business Speaker, TV Presenter, Writer
Richard Griffiths - Head of Industry Engagement at Edge Environment Australia.
Scott Figenshow - Chief Executive Officer, Community Housing Aotearoa

Session 5: Health, wellbeing and happiness. The real life positive benefits of better homes.

Moderator: Andrea Davison - Technical Manager Special Projects, New Zealand Green Building Council
Bindi Norwell - Chief Executive, Real Estate Institute of New Zealand.
Dr Rhys Jones (Ngāti Kahungunu) - Senior lecturer in Māori Health at the University of Auckland.
Te Aorangi Corbett - Proud mum, tenant and Aucklander
Zane Raphael - Proud Family Man and Project Manager

Session 6: Delivering big. Delivering quality. How it's going to happen.

Moderator: Teena Hale Pennington - Chief Executive Officer, NZIA
Roger MacDonald - Chief Executive, Panuku.
Patrick Dougherty - General Manager Asset Development, Housing New Zealand.


Session 7: Sustainable Homes outperform their

conventional competitors in all areas - environmentally, socially and financially.

Dr Diaswati Mardiasme Povis - National Research Manager, PRDnationwide, Australia.


Session 8: Hammer and nails - the people making better homes happen right now.

Moderator: TBC
Helen O’Sullivan - Chief Executive Officer, Ockham Residential.
Cam Perkins - Principal Landscape Architect, Panuku Development Auckland.
Rochelle Payne- Project Manager and leading environmental designer.
Olivia Leal-Walker - Sustainability Coordinator, Fraser Property Australia & Millennial.
Bob Burnett - Bob Burnett Architecture and The Superhome Movement.

Session 9: Why does the building industry have a fear of change, and a lack of innovation?

Moderator: Michele Berry - Transformation Strategist, Investor in tomorrow's Communities
Anna Butler – General Manager, Building System Performance, the Ministry of Business,
Innovation and Employment.
Jeff Fahrensohn- Inspections Manager, Auckland Council.
Daiman Otto – Director of Design and Digital Construction, Tallwood.
Phil Eaton– Managing Director, Greenstone Group.
Brad Cranston - Builders Category Manager, Bunnings

Session 10: Climate change, housing and intelligent interventions.

Matt Petersen – President and Chief Executive Officer of the Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator, First Chief Sustainability Officer for the City of Los Angeles, and Chair of Climate Mayors.

Session 11: Improving the New Zealand Building Code, and learning from California, the UK and Australia.

Moderator: Leonie Freeman - Leading New Zealand Housing Strategist.
Romilly Madew - Chief Executive Officer, Green Building Council of Australia.
Matt Petersen - President and Chief Executive Officer, Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator.
Sam Archer - Director of Market Transformation, New Zealand Green Building Council.

Session 12: How we plan and deliver large schemes to deliver the communities we want.

Andrew Eagles - Chief Executive Officer, New Zealand Green Building Council.

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