Get some great advice on dealing with issues that threaten the quiet enjoyment of residents and how to create a greater sense of community, including resilience.
Come along at 5:30pm to meet some of your fellow chairs over a drink (cash bar). The meeting will start with the National AGM at 6pm, followed by the speakers.AGM Papers
Cost: Free to financial members; $40 door charge for non-financial members.
Speakers and topics include:
- physical environment including maintaining building standards – Alistair Gillespie, Administrate
- security, including a case study – George Campbell, NZ Police
- the wider community environment – Sarah Webb, BCCG member working on a city wide initiative on this topic.
Alistair is a Principal of Administrate Limited. He has a technical engineering and project management background. He is a long-term apartment dweller and, along with his wife Fiona, set up Administrate in 2009 to provide quality body corporate management services and address gaps in the market.
Sarah's interest in body corporate matters began 17 years ago when she moved into the inner city and became involved in her Body Corporate. She is on the committee of Inner-City Wellington (formerly Inner City Association), is the BCCG representative on the Wellington City Council's "Connecting City Communities" project that was established after the Kaikoura earthquake and volunteers monitoring the city safety cameras. Outside of these voluntary activities Sarah is a Director of Webb Partners NZ where she specialises in creating customer-focussed environments and systems.
George joined the Metropolitan Police in 1990 and moved to NZ in 1996. He joined NZ Police in 1997 and has spent the majority of his NZ career in the CIB predominantly in the area of organised crime/drug investigation. He has been the officer in charge of the Clandestine Laboratory Team (Clan Lab Team) since 2013 - the team that was responsible for the Chews Lane methamphetamine bust.