EP CONGRESS

The Emerging Planners Congress is the pre-eminent annual professional development event organised by and for emerging planners in New Zealand.

Registration Fee

​Early Bird
 

  • $100 (NZPI Student Members)

  • $100 (NZPI Emerging Planner Members)

  • $150 (Non-Member)

​Standard
 

  • $150 (NZPI Emerging Planner Members)

  • $175 (Non-Member)

*Rates are GST exclusive

Click here to register.

Keep an eye on the EP Congress event page for updates.

 

 

Programme



8.00 - 8.50  

8.50 - 9.00

 

9.00 - 9.30

9.30 - 9.45

9.45 - 10.30


 

10.30 - 11.00   

11.00 -11.45


 

11.45 -12.15      

 

 

12.15 – 1.00  


 

1.00 – 1.45   

1.45 - 3.00  



 

 

 

3.00 – 3.30  

 

3.30    
 

4.00    

6.00 


 



Rāhiri  - Followed by a cup of tea, conference bag pick up, registrations

Hui – Manuhiri gather outside conference centre

 

Mihi – Keri Tākao, Papa Pounamu MC

 

Introduction and Official Welcomes – David Curtis, NZPI CEO

Key Note Session
 

  • Crystal Legacy, Senior Lecturer in Urban Planning at the University of Melbourne


Morning tea – Rutherford foyer

Reducing Risk – What can planners do?
 

  • Emily Grace, Natural Hazards Planner, GNS Science
     

Navigating a planning career
 

  • Hamish Peacock, Environmental Planner, Jacobs NZ​

Why won’t Iwi answer my emails?
 

  • Courtney Bennett, Chief of Property & Development, Ministry for the Environment


Lunch – Rutherford foyer

Workshop – An interactive session with emerging planners: The role and value of urban design to planners
 

  • Lee Beatie, Urban Designer, Urban Planner and Independent Hearing Commissioner

  • Ian Munro, Independent Urban Planning & Design Consultant
     

Afternoon tea – Rutherford foyer

Buses depart for Whakatū marae
 

Powhiri at Whakatū marae
 

NZPI Conference Welcome Function – Founders Heritage Park

 


 

Click here to download a copy of the programme

*Please note that the programme is subject to change

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