|6.45am||Registration opens||Rydges Latimer, Christchurch|
|7.30am||Starters||Lyall Lukey, Convener|
|7.35am||Reflections||Prof. Maan Alkaisi, Principal Investigator, MacDiarmid Institute|
The trajectory of post disaster recovery and regeneration
i. Learning from other cities
What does regeneration look like and how long does it take? A look at what we can learn about regeneration from other cities that have experienced disasters. An exploration of the innovation needed to fulfil the recovery vision, as well as the value of collaboration in the next five years.
| ii. The social dimension
A consideration of social regeneration and what that means for Canterbury moving forward plus current recovery trajectories and ways of measuring progress.
|Prof. David Johnston, Senior Scientist, GNS|
|8.15am||A City on the Move: Collaboration and Regeneration
“…Christchurch is now moving rapidly from the recovery phase into a regeneration stage with Central and Local Government working with the wider community, including the business community to ensure we get optimal outcomes for greater Christchurch…” CECC Looking Back: Remembering and Learning
What are the milestones? What are the millstones? What have we learnt? What have we applied?-
Looking Forward: Visioning and Building
What do we aspire to? What are the roadblocks? What is the way forward?
Hon. Nicky Wagner, Assoc. Minister for Canterbury Earthquake Recovery
Lianne Dalziel, Mayor of Christchurch
Peter Townsend, CEO, CECC
André Lovatt, Chair, Regenerate Christchurch
Hugh Cowan, General Manager of Reinsurance, Research & Education, EQC
Antony Gough, Developer
|| The Role of the Fourth Estate in the post-quake era.
||Amanda Cropp, Christchurch Business Bureau Chief, Fairfax Media
|9.25am||Shaping young minds – Mental Health Issues and Solutions||Toni Gutschlag, GM, Mental Health Services, CDHB|
|9.35am|| Articulating the issues of earthquake affected citizens.
How CanCERN actively participated in the recovery by finding and implementing solutions through cross-sector relationship building.
|Leanne Curtis, Spokesperson, Breakthrough Services
|Shaping Christchurch and Canterbury|
||Factors shaping the industrial and commercial evolution of Greater Christchurch||Justin Kean, Director Research & Consulting, JLL|
|10.00am|| Transport Roles in helping shape Canterbury’s Post Earthquakes Future.
The necessity for embracing integrated transportation solutions to meet emerging societal needs.
|Prof. Chris Kissling,
Fellow of The Chartered Institute
of Logistics and Transport
|10.20am|| Sacred Cows v The Clobbering Machine?
Urban/rural interdependence, science and innovation in Canterbury.
|Dr William Rolleston, President, NZ Federated Farmers|
||Networking coffee break|
|11.15am|| Breakout Sessions: REGENERATION
1. Engaging: Generating Community Input and Feedback
“…Regenerate Christchurch must and will engage with the community around what will be done.” André Lovatt, Chair, Regenerate Christchurch Learning from the past by tapping the wisdom of communities and applying the lessons to the future as we shape the new city.
Brendon Burns, Brendon Burns & Associates
Evan Smith, Programme Manager, Eastern Vision
André Lovatt, CEO, The Arts Centre
|2. Knowledge Sharing: Understanding more about the evolving shape of Greater Christchurch
Property, transport and business insights and issues and the question of the optimum market/planning balance.
|Facilitator: Birgit Maier, Birgit Maier Consultancy Ltd
Justin Kean, Director Research and Consulting, JLL
||Networking lunch break|
|1.30pm|| Reinventing the organisation
How my organisation has done things differently after the earthquakes as a response to the new needs of the city and region and how it is taking the opportunity to
re-examine and reinvent itself.
|Kay Giles, Chief Executive, CPIT Aoraki
|1.50pm|| Deciphering employment trends in post-quakes Canterbury and tapping top talent in the pursuit of innovation.
Highlighting employment opportunities that have emerged as a result of the rebuild and uncovering trends that will endure over the long term.
|Leanne Crozier, Director, Decipher Group Ltd|
|2.05pm|| Engineering regeneration, collaboration and innovation
Applying some seismic lessons learnt to saving several heritage gems and collaborating on the Christchurch Art Gallery Base Isolation retrofit project.
|Grant Wilkinson, Senior Structural Engineer, Ruamoko Solutions|
|| Working together strengthens understanding
Hear how EQC led a collaborative research project in Canterbury that involved diverse stakeholders from government, council officials and insurers to homeowners, and why collaboration means that Canterbury’s geotechnical data is now helping to inform research locally, nationally and around the world.
|Hugh Cowan, General Manager of Reinsurance, Research & Education, EQC|
|2.35pm|| Smart City/ Choice City
“We want to get to the point where people can get amazing information in real-time that helps them make choices about where to swim or what road to take,” Vicki Buck, Deputy Mayor of Christchurch
Real time information and feedback via the Internet of Things.
|Haydn Read, Programme Director, Smart City Coalition, LINZ|
|3.15pm|| “Anchors aweigh?”
A review and preview of the development of the city’s anchor projects once the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority is disbanded in April.
|Ross Butler, Chairman of Otakaro Limited
|3.30pm|| Open Forum
i. Anchor Projects
ii. Thinking inside The Square
iii. City Character/City Image
iv. Canterbury Perspectives
Brendon Burns, Brendon Burns & Associates
|4.45pm||Networking hour – drinks and nibbles|