Priority buildings are a new concept introduced in the national system for identifying and managing earthquake-prone buildings that came into effect on 1 July this year.
Thank you to all the delegates, exhibitors and presenters who helped to make the 2017 conference in Napier such a great success!
We are very excited to announce that the New Zealand Spatial Excellence Awards are now open for entries for 2017.
Dr Peter Knight will be taking up the editorship of the NZIS Surveyor Journal from the end of June.
The dates for 2017 Graduate Recruitment programme have been released.
Early-early bird registration for the NZIS conference in June closes in just over two weeks. Here’s a taste of what to expect. The latest info can be found here: http://www.nzisconference.org.nz/
After the June edition of Surveying+Spatial magazine, we farewell our current editor, Diane Moriarty and welcome Rachel Harris as the new editor.
Tell us what 'Frameworks for the Future' means to you in a short video or presentation.
The NZ Tech Techweek events kick off nationwide on 6th May, and as part of the event series, SIBA (NZ) is coordinating three “ Talk Geospatial” breakfast events. This is your opportunity register.
Many thanks to the 260 members who replied to the recent 24-hour Landonline (LoL) survey. Your responses allowed NZIS to advocate strongly on LoL performance at a recently.
Congratulations Young Professional, Robert Mears for winning a trip to the 2017 FIG Working Week in Helsinki in May sponsored by NZIS Diamond partner, 84 Recruitment Ltd.
NZIS Council members have met with the new Minister for Land Information, the Hon. Mark Mitchell, briefing him on the sector.