Urban Futures New Zealand
Shaping the sustainable and accessible towns and cities of the future
Urban Futures New Zealand brought together city and town planners, urban designers, policy advisors and analysts, architects and civil engineers to discuss and explore how the integration of urban, housing and transport planning and emerging technologies will help develop sustainable and liveable urban environments for future generations of New Zealanders.
The conference was chaired by Rachel Devine, Partner – Environment, MinterEllisonRuddWatts.
Outsanding highlights of the conference included:
- Distinguished Professor Paul Spoonley, Pro-Vice Chancellor – College of Humanities & Social Sciences, Massey University presentation on The demographics of New Zealand’s future urban centres
- Panuku Development Auckland’s Katelyn Orton and Paul Nicoll presentation on Ensuring social and civil life in post event legacy
- Closing keynotes from Shelley Katae, GM of Strategy and Performance, Tāmaki Regeneration Company and HWTM Sir Tim Shadbolt, Mayor of Invercargill
Conferenz would like to thank the Urban Design Forum for being the supporting organisation for this event and the assistance that they provided.