We've all experienced changes we couldn’t have imagined in our lives over the past year, and our 2021 conference theme is on-point - we will be drawing on the ability of individuals and teams adapting to change, adversity and setbacks in the current environment. The ‘Building Back Better’ conference program will include presentations on rebuilding and improving the economy, with a focus on resilient mindsets to support our members while they navigate the challenges and changes ahead. By sharing concepts, ideas and knowledge, we all have opportunities to help build back the survey and spatial sector.
4 & 5 AUGUST 2021
CORDIS HOTEL, AUCKLAND
Tony Alexander has worked as an economist in New Zealand since 1987, initially with Westpac, then a share broking firm before almost 26 years with the BNZ as Chief Economist. He went out on his own late in 2019 and spends considerable time writing about the NZ economy with an emphasis on the housing market and explaining key economic developments in layman’s terms. He is a columnist for the Sunday Star-Times and frequently delivers webinars as well as presentations in person.
Elisabetta is a Geodetic Processing Specialist at GNS Science – Te Pu Ao. Before GNS, she worked at the INGV’s National Earthquake Center (Italy). After a PhD on vertical deformation from geodetic levelling data, she focused on operational geodesy for geohazards monitoring. She oversees the data management and processing of the continuous GNSS network operated in partnership with LINZ. She contributed with geodetic data to the study of large earthquakes, landslides, volcano and slow slips events.
Thomas is a specialist property and RMA lawyer. His work covers unit titles, subdivision and development projects, infrastructure issues, Public Works, and resource management matters. Thomas is the author of Unit Titles Law and Practice, and A Practical Guide to the Land Transfer Act. He has published articles and presented papers at conferences in New Zealand and overseas, and has appeared as an expert witness in the High Court on land development issues. Thomas is also on the board of Survey & Spatial New Zealand.
Survey and Spatial New Zealand helps to connect people requiring a survey or spatial professional with our members.
We promote growth, innovation and excellence in all facets of surveying and spatial in New Zealand. Our mission is to lead and foster a vibrant sector that allows the surveying and spatial profession to grow and positively influence our communities.
Survey and Spatial New Zealand has been the national body representing members in New Zealand since1888. Today, we are still an incorporated society dedicated to preserving and developing the integrity and status of the surveying and spatial sector.
We monitor and maintain the professional and ethical conduct of surveyors in New Zealand.
Our aim is to expand, enhance and support professional skills.