HLC walking tour and a presentation of Hobsonville research findings
Join Urban Design Forum for a walk and talking tour of HLC followed by a presentation of research findings undertaken on Hobsonville Point by researchers from the University of Auckland.
Hobsonville Point, like many large scale re-development projects world-wide, uses a range of urban planning tools such as urban design guideline documents and an independent expert urban design review panel to enhance the quality of the built environment outcomes achieved.
Meet at 2:30pm at Pier 4, 139 Quay Street, Hobsonville Ferry to catch 2:40pm sailing to Hobsonville; or meet at 3:45pm at the Brick Works (corner of Hobsonville Point Drive and De Havilland Road. Concludes at 5:30pm to catch 5:45pm return ferry to Auckland
Presenters: Hayley Fitchett:
HLC & Dr Lee Beattie
(University of Auckland)
Free for UDF Members
Turning Point Auckland
Auckland is at a turning point. At current growth rates it will pass two million people sometime during the decade beginning 2022, at which point social and infrastructure problems will begin to compound.
UDF financial members: Free
UDF student members: Free
Thank you, REGISTRATION IS FULL and now closed
UDF & Urban Habitat Collective event
Join Urban Habitat Collective Co-Housing co-founders Bronwen Newton and Jesse Matthews, who will be presenting on community building, structure and decisionmaking and the design process of the project thus far.
UDF Members - Free
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Future-proofing Auckland: is building a sustainable city really possible?
With Auckland’s population set to swell to 2 million by as early as 2029, growing demands on housing and infrastructure, and climate change exposing our city to impending natural disasters, future-proofing Auckland has become more important than ever before.
Grand Millennium, Auckland City Centre
The Green Property Summit 2019 boasts a plethora of great speakers, from Aotearoa, and overseas. They will be preaching truth about better buildings.
Register here: https://www.nzgbc.org.nz/upcoming-events/GreenPropertySummit2019