The Changing Landscape of Development - Land Development Engineering Forum 2022
The LDEG Forum took place from 17-18 November 2022 in Tauranga.
The ever changing procurement and resourcing market are adding to the complexities of our industry, creating an uncertain future for councils and developers. How will our landscape look in six months? A year? Five years?
We need to address the challenges of historical infrastructure under investment, significant demand on our infrastructure, ongoing population growth and communities grappling with climate change. This forum will discuss these issues and prompt delegates to be mindful of how to approach our changing landscape of development.
17 - 18 November 2022
Trinity Wharf, Tauranga
The LDEG Forum measured and offset the emissions caused by the forum.
The following schedule is subject to change. All changes will be updated on the website.
Thursday 17 November 2022
Welcome | Mihi
LDEG Chairperson’s Address – Kelly LaValley
The changing landscape of land development and the challenges we face because of it, Stephen Selwood, Tauranga City Council
Transitioning asset management through Three Waters reform – Emily Botje, Asset Management Lead, Three Waters Reform
Intensification and the challenges it presents around infrastructure and planning, Claudia Helberg & Janine Speedy, Tauranga City Council
Safe might be safe but it’s not always sound! Anticipating resource management reform, Alice Balme, Wynn Williams
Lunch sponsored by Stormwater 360
The Sands CDC – engineered for success – a developer’s perspective, Bryan Perring, Kaitiaki Property Services
Working with the land and natural hazards – the need to accept some inconvenience, Marianne O’Halloran, Ice Geo
Panel: Development During Changing Times
Wrap-up & recap
Drinks & Nibbles
Friday 18 November 2022
Site Visit – Bus departs Trinity Wharf at 8.45am
Site Visit Details to be confirmed
The Site Visit on Friday 18 November 2022 will be finished by 2.30pm. The bus will return via the Airport, for anyone who is arranging flights that afternoon.