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Have you secured your ticket to “Designing for the Human Life Cycle in a Time of Climate Uncertainty” for this Friday?
There are still some tickets available to attend this breakfast event. To book your ticket or for more information click here As extreme weather events become more frequent, we as built environment professionals increasingly need to consider the impacts of
We at Urban Design Forum NZ are delighted to be running an Auckland Climate Festival event alongside Urban Development Institute of New Zealand UDINZ . It’s a breakfast on Friday 8 September, 7.30-9.30am entitled “Designing for the Human Life Cycle
The NBA (the Natural and Built Environment Act) and the SPA (the Spatial Planning Act) were passed by the Parliament on 16 August 2023 and they began coming into effect since 24 August. Their full implementation is expected to take place over about
A sign of a good conference is to come away both inspired and challenged. After a five-year hiatus, UrbanismNZ returned in April 2023, hosted in Tāmaki Makaurau. This year’s theme over the two days was ‘Shaping our Urban Legacy’
If you haven’t registered already, then click here to register for our online panel discussion tomorrow! Urban Design Forum members are invited to join four urban regeneration experts for an online panel discussion on 31 May. This event is in
. The Urban Design Forum, through co-chair Ekin Sakin, has expressed concern about plans announced by the National Party to build more houses on greenfield land. See here for access to RNZ audio and the full article , which contains the following