Queenstown are delighted to invite you to our join us for our first virtual
infrastructure meetup, where three local women will share their career
experience and provide updates on the projects they are currently working on.
Discussion on Doughnut
Goddard, Project Manager, HEB Construction
Anne will give a brief overview of The Donut, a visual framework for
sustainable development developed by the English economist Kate Raworth.
Instead of growth at all costs, a new economic model allows us to thrive while
saving the planet. Presented as one of the ways forward to re-invent our
economy post-pandemic, this introduction aims to give an overview of the model
and what its implementation could mean.
Eyers, Director, Hiberna Ltd
Jessica will talk about the principles of low energy buildings, with a
particular focus on residential. Some of these principles will be expected but
others will come as a surprise. Jessica will also touch on low embodied carbon
building materials which completes the package of the low energy buildings we
need to meet our climate change obligations.
Ngāi Tahu Property
Queenstown Developments and Urban Village Co-housing Project
Halliday Project Coordinator, Ngāi Tahu Property and Director, Urban
will give an overview of the co-housing models, including the opportunities and
challenges of each, and share the Urban Village Queenstown journey. Mel will
also give a brief update of Ngāi Tahu Properties projects in Queenstown in a
us to hear from these industry experts as they provide an insight into
sustainable development and get us thinking about a post COVID world while
catching up with fellow WIN members in this interactive session.