Date/Time: Date(s) - 13 September 2022, 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Location: Pukekawa-Bledisloe room (upstairs) Parnell Jubilee Hall
In-person keynote meeting with live-stream alternative
In-person admission (with APIA membership card or guest ticket) between 6.30 pm and 7 pm
Live-stream from 7 pm
Presentation Chris Bishop, National Party
Property investors/landlords, understandably, have a vested interest in seeing the New Zealand housing market, rental sector and economy thrive. This event is about unpacking the National Party’s vision of what it means to put our best foot forward.
Third-term MP and National Party spokesperson for housing, Chris Bishop, defines the housing, economic and social problems holding us back before setting out the party’s solutions for a post-2023 New Zealand.
Some of the topical issues we have in mind for Chris’ perspective are:
- Election 2023, National’s pitch to landlords, renters and developers, mainly how to alleviate housing pressure and address the cost of living crisis;
- National’s response/counter to controversial Labour policies such as interest limitation, CCCFA and its public open-mindedness to rent control
- The rising tide of tenant advocacy and how National plans to balance the interests between landlords, renters and property managers as well as (first) home-buyers, investors and developers
- Friends or foe? National’s working relationship with ACT and whether there is support for ACT’s Housing Infrastructure (GST sharing) Bill
Come along to share your war stories, exchange ideas and put your questions to Chris. This meeting is the second part of our The politics of property presentation series, under which banner we will continue to push for major political parties to engage with our members at these town hall style meetings.
In-person or online. Your choice 👍🏽
All registered attendees will receive a webinar access link almost immediately after registration to enable live stream access to this event. Please contact us immediately if you do not receive this email within 10 minutes of registering.
Want to come along but are not yet a member?
No worries. Email us to purchase a $50 ticket.
Bookings are closed for this event.