2018 Urbanism New Zealand is an outcome driven conference focusing on shaping New Zealand’s cities and places by identifying the key issues – connecting the dots to bring about change.
The Conference will include ten feature speakers, a specialist panel of sector leaders and up to 40 concurrent session presentations over the two days.
Topics to be discussed include live, move, community and identity, heart centre, design, develop and delivery involving issues including questions around the economic drivers that shape cities and towns; influence of planning regimes; community resilience; urban ecology; how infrastructure systems such as transport and utilities are shaping settlement patterns; and is the quality of building, places and architecture important.
The major sponsors of the conference are the Wellington City Council and the NZ Urban Design Forum.
Visit Urbanism New Zealand Conference website for all information
Registration - special rate for UDF Members (join UDF here)
Programme (as at 6 April 2018)
Urbanism NZ event primed to provoke
- author Stephen Olsen, published ArchitectureNow 06April18