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Our Bayleys at 5 events, occurring multiple times per year, have been an opportunity for us to invite industry experts to present ideas, network with industry locals and keep informed with the very latest market insights.
We love to meet like-minded people and make things happen.
Click below to request an invite to either of the events above and get on our mailing list of all future events. Or call 03 375 4700. Please specify your event of interest.
In October 2017, Sarah Congdon outlined recent adjustments to Change of Use notifications to a full house of local developers, investors, valuers, and property owners.Read More
In August 2017, Steve Clarke spoke about upcoming developments in the Christchurch rebuild and the working relationships between three rebuild agencies, Development Christchurch Ltd, Otakaro Limited, and Regenerate Christchurch.Read More
In May 2017, Ian Little gave his insights on inner city research and a commercial and industrial overview. He looked at Christchurch’s post-quake development including effects of construction delays, completions of key developments, significant increases in the CBD based workforce, the increasingly diverse retail and hospitality offerings and progress on all but one of the City's anchor projects.Read More
In April 2017, Richard Peebles shared plans and concepts for the exciting new farmers market precinct coming to central Christchurch at our Bayleys@5 event. The $80million complex will encompass the Re-Start site, at the city's western retail edge. The crowed gained an insight into what's instore for the new precinct, on track to be built by October 2018.Read More
In March 2017, Tony Mounce gave an in-depth talk on interest rates, banks liquidation freeze and future predictions for lending at our first Bayleys@5 of the year, followed by a Q&A session and networking opportunities.Read More
In November 2016, Tony Alexander entertained the crowd with a witty and informative overview of the current New Zealand and global economy. Topics included migration, tourism and construction with an overall positive outlook for the future of the New Zealand economy.
In July 2016, Steve Clarke provided an overview of Christchurch Ltds' triangular role With Regenerate Christchurch and Otakaru in Christchurch's future growth and investment strategy.
The March 2016 event explored market trends and forecasts in the Christchurch CBD and surrounding area.