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"Ko ō tātou whakapono ngā kaiwehewehe i a tātau moemoeā me ō tātau pākatokato ngā kaiwhakakotahi i a tātou."

It is our truths that are the actors of separation. It is our dreams and difficulties that act to unify us.
by Wharehuia Milroy

There are around 2 million homes in Aotearoa. Every one of these homes should be a special place, where families build happy lifelong memories, where children can thrive, where loved ones laugh, cry, eat and share stories. They should be healthy, warm places.

Our homes are places where two emergencies meet: the housing emergency and the climate emergency.

These two emergencies share many of the same solutions. And these solutions are being worked on right now. Taking action to solve these overlapping emergencies will herald enormous benefits for all New Zealanders.

There are many different voices in Aotearoa working to fix both these emergencies. These people and organisations often have different approaches, and different reasons and passions behind their drive. But ultimately, we all share the same vision for all New Zealanders to be thriving in healthy homes in a less polluted zero carbon Aotearoa.

Join hundreds of people who want our homes to be better, healthier, low carbon places in which New Zealanders thrive at the Housing Summit 2022.

An array of national and international experts representing a range of voices will tackle these two emergencies in a host of presentations and panel discussions, making this event the high impact happening in housing in 2022.

Early bird pricing ends 1 September

Know before booking:

  • Access to the in-person conference
  • In-person networking opportunities throughout the conference
  • Fully catered morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea
  • Invitation to the Welcome Function on 26th September
  • Invitation to cocktail function
  • Virtual access to all sessions for 90 days

If you'd like to purchase a virtual conference ticket, please visit this page

    When

    07:30 – 19:00

    27 September 2022

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    Where

    Aotea Centre

    50 Mayoral Drive

    Auckland, 1010


    Price (excl. GST)

    $425.00  Members

    $640.00  Non-Members

    $265.00   Future Thinkers


    NZGBC FE Points

    6.00   FE Points


    ZeroCarbon Event

    We are aiming for this to be a ZeroCarbon Event

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    Programme

    Monday
    26 Sep 2022
    Tuesday
    27 Sep 2022
    Monday
    26 Sep 2022
    Tuesday
    27 Sep 2022

    6.00pm
    Doors open

    6.30pm
    Welcome | Housing Summit opener

    Andrew Eagles

    Chief Executive, NZ Green Building Council

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    Andrew Eagles

    Chief Executive, NZ Green Building Council

    Andrew is a qualified economist with more than fourteen years’ experience in the built environment. Working for consultancies, associations, government and built environment charities, he has a wealth of knowledge in housing, market mechanism, advocacy and the construction supply chain.

    Andrew joined the New Zealand Green Building Council in September 2016 as Chief Executive. The NZGBC is the country’s leading not-for-profit for the sustainable built environment. As well as exemplary research, the NZGBC oversees Homestar and Green Star the award winning certifications for New Zealand homes and buildings, and NABERSNZ, the tool for confirming performance of offices in use.

    Andrew is sometimes asked to speak on panels. There are many great women speakers in the construction and property sector. Andrew has made a commitment to not speak on all male panels. The NZGBC can assist in connecting you with a diverse range of speakers if that would be of use for your event.

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    Eloise Blewden

    Future Thinker of the Year 2022

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    Eloise Blewden

    Future Thinker of the Year 2022

    Kia ora, my name is Eloise Blewden. I am a fourth-year Master of Architecture student at Victoria University, Wellington, having graduated with a Bachelor of Architectural Studies in 2021.
    I am a highly motivated learner, environmentalist, and green building enthusiast. Holistic sustainability is my passion and sustainability within the built environment has been a key focus throughout my degree so far.

    I tutor first and second year students at Victoria University, specialising in Human Environmental Science Design. Through my tutoring I am able to pass on my learnings and passion for passive design and low-carbon design. These papers are invaluable for our next generation of architects and building scientists, developing knowledge and skills for designing with consideration for the environment.

    Last summer I had the opportunity to undertake a research project with WSP and Victoria University focused on carbon-neutral schools. Through this project I developed two tools to support New Zealand state schools to undertake carbon emission reduction actions and to measure and monitor their emissions.
    I am excited to be New Zealand Green Building Council’s Future Thinker of the Year 2022 and am looking forward to collaborating with many passionate and knowledgeable people.

    6.45 - 7.30pm
    Whakawhanaungatanga | Networking drinks

    8.30am
    Mihi whakatau

    Opening of our gathering for our whānau, our tamariki, our future
    Speaker
    Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei

    8.45am
    MC opening

    Nadine Higgins

    Leading business journalist, news presenter and professional host

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    Nadine Higgins

    Leading business journalist, news presenter and professional host


    8.55am
    Welcome | Haere Mai

    We're beyond a housing crisis

    Andrew Eagles

    Chief Executive, NZ Green Building Council

    9.05am
    Ministerial address

    New Zealand's commitment to a zero carbon future

    9.10am
    Update on Emissions Reduction Plan

    Government steps to decarbonise the building sector

    Paul Stocks

    Deputy Secretary, Building, Resources and Markets

    9.35am
    International case study: Existing homes (virtual)

    Delivering deep energy retrofits - How Nottingham is transforming public housing

    Emily Braham

    Director at Energiesprong

    10.15am
    KAPU TĪ | MORNING TEA

    10.45am
    Building for Climate Change: The pathway to 2030

    What does this mean for New Zealand homes and buildings

    Antonia Reid

    Policy Director, MBIE

    11.15am
    Panel | Low carbon, resilient communities

    The reality of planning and delivering healthy, resilient communities for the future

    Linda Trainer

    GM Asset Management, Kiwi Property

    Jessica Stewart

    Sustainability Manager, Ginninderry, ACT-NSW cross-border master-planned community

    12.30pm
    KAI HĀKARI | LUNCH

    1.30pm
    Panel | Decarbonising the supply chain

    Responsible procurement options for lower carbon building materials

    Dave Barker

    National Manager Commercial, Innovation & Sustainability, Allied Concrete

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    Dave Barker

    National Manager Commercial, Innovation & Sustainability, Allied Concrete

    2.30pm
    The need for deep retrofit

    Update on the latest research from Aotearoa

    3.00pm
    PARAMANAWA | AFTERNOON TEA

    3.30pm
    Transforming energy performance for lower carbon homes

    Drawing on the European experience for incentivising, improving and measuring home and building performance

    Caroline Lambert

    Head of Trade for the Delegation of the European Union

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    Caroline Lambert

    Head of Trade for the Delegation of the European Union

    Caroline Lambert is Head of Trade for the Delegation of the European Union to Aotearoa/New Zealand and leads climate and other “Green Deal” aspects of diplomacy. Caroline has over 20 years’ experience in European policy design in the European Commission and has worked in a variety of roles in energy, transport, climate and environment policy as well as in budgetary and financial affairs. Most recently, she led a cross-departmental team of economic experts in preparing the EU’s new Climate Adaptation Policy and advised on the revision of EU financial markets legislation. Caroline was posted to the Delegation of the European Union to Australia between 2015 and 2018 with a “green diplomacy”’ hat. Before that, she notably advised the first EU Commissioner for Climate Action on international, trade and finance-related issues between 2010 and 2015 and the Vice President in charge of Communication and Interinstitutional Affairs between 2007 and 2010. Caroline is a graduate of Sciences Po-Paris and post-graduate of the College of Europe in Bruges where she was awarded first prize of the year. She also holds Masters in International Economics.

    4.00pm
    Panel | The future of housing

    Sharing inspiration from high performing community housing

    Craig Dixon

    Project Director, Naylor Love Construction Ltd

    4.50pm
    Closing

    Matthew Cutler-Welsh

    Business Development Manager - Residential, NZ Green Building Council

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    Matthew Cutler-Welsh

    Business Development Manager - Residential, NZ Green Building Council

    Matthew is the Business development manager - residential at the NZGBC working with Homestar and HomeFit. Matthew’s mission is to inspire people to make a better place to live.

    Speakers & facilitators

    Emily Braham

    Director

    Energiesprong UK

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    Emily Braham

    Director

    Energiesprong UK

    Emily Braham is a Director at Energiesprong UK and works within the Market Development Team as Head of Strategy and Operations. She has an MSc in area based retrofit and a CIOB BA Hons 1st in Design, Development and Regeneration.

    With 16 years’ experience in the social housing sector, she has led on developing retrofit strategy and delivery of award-winning projects, such as the largest neighbourhood-based, cross-tenure solid wall insulation scheme, the REMOURBAN lighthouse City Horizon 2020 project and the first Energiesprong project in the UK.

    Emily has held non-exec Director roles at Efficiency East Midlands procurement organisation, MOZES community energy and Sustainable Homes. She is passionate about using collective action to drive energy efficiency in the sector and brings hands-on knowledge and creative thinking to help solve our net zero challenges.

    Antonia Reid

    Policy Director - Building for Climate Change Programme

    MBIE

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    Antonia Reid

    Policy Director - Building for Climate Change Programme

    MBIE

    Antonia Reid is the Policy Director for the Building for Climate Change Programme, within the Ministry for Business, Innovation and Employment. The Building for Climate Change team is responsible for leading the building and construction sector response to the climate crisis, including through measures to reduce emissions and to improve building resilience. Antonia has held a number of policy and operational policy leadership roles across government including as Acting Director, Data, Insights and Forestry at the Ministry for Primary Industries, and Manager, One Billion Trees at Te Uru Rākau.

    Eloise Blewden

    Future Thinker of the Year 2022

    Te Herenga Waka - Victoria University of Wellington

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    Eloise Blewden

    Future Thinker of the Year 2022

    Te Herenga Waka - Victoria University of Wellington

    Kia ora, my name is Eloise Blewden. I am a fourth-year Master of Architecture student at Victoria University, Wellington, having graduated with a Bachelor of Architectural Studies in 2021.
    I am a highly motivated learner, environmentalist, and green building enthusiast. Holistic sustainability is my passion and sustainability within the built environment has been a key focus throughout my degree so far.

    I tutor first and second year students at Victoria University, specialising in Human Environmental Science Design. Through my tutoring I am able to pass on my learnings and passion for passive design and low-carbon design. These papers are invaluable for our next generation of architects and building scientists, developing knowledge and skills for designing with consideration for the environment.

    Last summer I had the opportunity to undertake a research project with WSP and Victoria University focused on carbon-neutral schools. Through this project I developed two tools to support New Zealand state schools to undertake carbon emission reduction actions and to measure and monitor their emissions.
    I am excited to be New Zealand Green Building Council’s Future Thinker of the Year 2022 and am looking forward to collaborating with many passionate and knowledgeable people.

    Craig Dixon

    Project Director

    Naylor Love Construction Ltd

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    Craig Dixon

    Project Director

    Naylor Love Construction Ltd

    Craig is an ordained Anglican Priest. He has served in the Diocese of Christchurch for over 36 years. Prior to priesthood he worked in the advertising industry.

    Craig has an extensive knowledge of design, print media, marketing and public relations and is a recognised working artist. Craig’s skills include communications, fundraising and community development. He is also an entrepreneur. His interest in supporting communities led to the development of ‘Foodtogether’ – a nation- wide collective of healthy eating hubs, supporting those on lower incomes to access affordable fresh produce.

    In 2019 Craig approached Naylor Love to talk about building healthy homes for those least able to afford them. There began the Mahana House Project. In collaboration with renowned architect, Shigeru Ban and local design studio Isthmus, the first of three Mahana Designs was developed. In 2020 Craig was invited to become Naylor Love’s Community Living Project Director. He has enjoyed the challenge of bringing people and design skills to the task of telling the ‘Mahana’ story. Craig’s passion is supporting and enabling the less fortunate among us. His interest in bringing housing solutions to those in need extends to a working knowledge of high performance and innovative house design.

    Caroline Lambert

    Head of Trade for the Delegation of the European Union

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    Caroline Lambert

    Head of Trade for the Delegation of the European Union

    Caroline Lambert is Head of Trade for the Delegation of the European Union to Aotearoa/New Zealand and leads climate and other “Green Deal” aspects of diplomacy. Caroline has over 20 years’ experience in European policy design in the European Commission and has worked in a variety of roles in energy, transport, climate and environment policy as well as in budgetary and financial affairs. Most recently, she led a cross-departmental team of economic experts in preparing the EU’s new Climate Adaptation Policy and advised on the revision of EU financial markets legislation. Caroline was posted to the Delegation of the European Union to Australia between 2015 and 2018 with a “green diplomacy”’ hat. Before that, she notably advised the first EU Commissioner for Climate Action on international, trade and finance-related issues between 2010 and 2015 and the Vice President in charge of Communication and Interinstitutional Affairs between 2007 and 2010. Caroline is a graduate of Sciences Po-Paris and post-graduate of the College of Europe in Bruges where she was awarded first prize of the year. She also holds Masters in International Economics.

    Jessica Stewart

    Sustainability Manager, Ginninderry, ACT-NSW cross-border master-planned community

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    Jessica Stewart

    Sustainability Manager, Ginninderry, ACT-NSW cross-border master-planned community

    Jessica Stewart is Sustainability Manager for Riverview Projects. Jessica is currently working on the Ginninderry development – a 30 to 40 year project which will ultimately become home for approximately 30,000 residents. Ginninderry is Australia’s only cross-border master-planned community – extending across the ACT border into NSW. Jess holds tertiary qualifications in Engineering and Science from the ANU and was awarded the NAWIC ACT Emerging Leader Award and PCA Future Leader in 2017.

    Paul Stocks

    Deputy Secretary, Building, Resources and Markets

    MBIE

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    Paul Stocks

    Deputy Secretary, Building, Resources and Markets

    MBIE

    Paul leads the Building, Resources and Markets Group for MBIE, which works is responsible for many of the regulatory systems that govern New Zealand’s markets including building, communications, competition, consumer and commercial, energy markets, financial markets, intellectual property, and petroleum and minerals.

    The Group’s role supports a fair, competitive business environment and well-functioning telecommunications, building and construction and resources markets. It also serves as the Government's Procurement Functional Leader and the Government's Property Functional Leader.

    Before his current role, Paul was Deputy Secretary for our Labour, Science and Enterprise group, and as Deputy Director General at the Ministry for Primary Industries, responsible for Policy and Deputy Director General Strategy and Performance.

    Paul has held a number of management roles at Treasury, with responsibility for areas including education, market interventions and tax policy. He also worked at the Ministry of Health and the New Zealand Planning Council.

    Linda Trainer

    GM Asset Management

    Kiwi Property Group

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    Linda Trainer

    GM Asset Management

    Kiwi Property Group

    Linda has overall responsibility for the strategic and operational aspects across the asset classes, with a view to optimising their investment performance. She has more than 20 years' experience in property, retail, management and marketing. Prior to joining Kiwi Property in April 2018, she was most recently New Zealand Regional Manager at Scentre Group.

    Chelydra Percy

    Chief Executive Officer

    BRANZ Limited

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    Chelydra Percy

    Chief Executive Officer

    BRANZ Limited

    Chelydra Percy joined BRANZ as Chief Executive Officer in 2013 following leadership roles within science, innovation and commercial organisations. These included Callaghan Innovation, Scion (New Zealand Forest Research Institute), the Electricity Supply Industry Training Organisation and Telecom.

    Chelydra is a graduate of Victoria University of Wellington, a Companion of Engineering New Zealand and Vice-President of the International Council for Research and Innovation in Building and Construction. She is an active contributor to organisations focused on system transformation including the Construction Sector Accord as Environment Workstream lead, the Aotearoa Circle, and the Business Leaders’ Health and Safety Forum.

    Troy Coyle

    CEO

    Heavy Engineering Research Association (HERA)

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    Troy Coyle

    CEO

    Heavy Engineering Research Association (HERA)

    Troy has more than 20 years experience in innovation management covering the private-sector, not-for-profits, Government and academia across a range of industries including materials science, medical radiation physics, biotechnology, sustainable building products, renewable energy, and of course steel.

    Troy is currently the Chief Executive of HERA, the Heavy Engineering Research Association and was formerly its Deputy Chair.

    She was previously the Head of Innovation and Product Development for NZ Steel and Manager of Coated Product Development and Open Innovation Manager for BlueScope Steel. Prior to that, she worked a lot with the construction industry through her role as Director of Commercial Research at the University of Wollongong (where the Australian Steel Hub and Sustainable Building Research Centres are head-quartered and formerly the CRC for Welded Structures, BlueScope Steel Metallurgy Centre and CRC for Energy Pipelines). She has also held Innovation Policy and Program Delivery roles with the Commonwealth Government in Australia.

    Currently, she is a Director of HERA Certifications, Chair of the Sustainable Steel Council, Director of the Construction Industry Council and Pro Vice Chancellor’s Advisory Board (AUT), Co-Chair of Hanga-Aro-Rau, the Workforce Development Council for Manufacturing, Engineering and Logistics Workforce Development Council (TEC) and a recent member of MBIE’s Building Advisory Panel.

    She has a passion for bringing innovative ideas to market and transforming industry through innovation (currently focusing on digital transformation) and product development. Her particular passions are sustainability, the Living Standards Framework and inclusion.