17 June 2016 8-3pm
Christchurch Civic Building
Level 1, Function Room, 53 Hereford Street
Price (exclusive of GST)
- $300.00 for members New Zealand Green Building Council
- $350.00 for non-members
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Housing in New Zealand faces many challenges – not least reversing the health impacts of low quality homes while meeting exploding demand. How do we resolve these thorny issues to create resilient, liveable homes and communities?
The biennial Sustainable Housing Summit is your opportunity to hear about inspiring international and local projects, innovative solutions, and models that work. Join us to be informed and inspired, and to network with like-minded peers around the critical challenges and opportunities facing housing in New Zealand.
hear from our knowledgeable and thought-provoking speakers from New Zealand and around the world…
- Councillor Andrea Reimer, City of Vancouver: Greenest City on Earth: Glimpses from Vancouver
- Adam Beck, Director, Centre for Urban Innovation, Brisbane: A New Code for Sustainable Neighbourhoods: Glimpses from North America.
- Carolyn Ingles, Head of Urban Design, Regeneration and Heritage, Christchurch City Council Opening Speaker: Challenges and chances for the residential building sector.
James Legge, Director, Six Degrees Architects, Melbourne: The Nightingale Model: Upsetting the status quo of the speculative multi-residential housing development
Richard Palmer, Associate Director – Sustainability, WSP, Sydney Precinct Infrastructure: The key to effective urban transformation
Viv Heslop, Sustainability Manager – Panuku Development Auckland: Successful Urban Revitalisation: Lessons from Auckland’s Wynyard Quarter
Tim Porter, Project Director – Major Projects, Holmes Solutions: Waste reduction through evidence-based design and prefabrication
The Panel Discussion and Open Mike includes:
- Robert Linterman – general manager residential, Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA)
- Professor Robyn Phipps – professor in construction, program director construction and leader of the Built Environment cluster, Massey University
- Geoff Butcher – Cooperative Sections and Community Housing Trust
- Geoff Simmons – general manager, Morgan Foundation