New Zealand’s urban centres are facing unprecedented pressure from strong population growth, changing preferences, and an aging population. Tauranga is a prime example of this, having grown from a small coastal town into New Zealand’s 5th largest city in the last half century. Despite its growth, Tauranga is one of New Zealand’s smallest local authorities in terms of land area which reinforces the need to use the land and resources available to us carefully.
Join the NZ Institute of Architects and our partners as we explore urban growth strategies and placemaking in our Urban Te Papa with an urban planner, architect, Tauranga City Council, iwi and an economic development specialist. Registrations essential.
With thanks to our sponsors: Ignite; Maven; RCP
In partnership with: University of Waikato