Rebecca Ryder has been elected to the NZ Institute of Landscape Architects' Executive Committee and the Tauranga Heart of the City Technical Advisory Group.
Rebecca, who is a landscape architect and senior principal in our Tauranga office, will serve on the NZILA executive team for two years from 5th April 2017.
The NZILA is the national body representing landscape architects and is responsible for the promotion of the landscape architecture profession in New Zealand. Rebecca has been involved with the institute’s Central North Island Branch for most of her career, including serving on the branch committee, and undertaking secretary and treasurer roles. She now looks forward to the opportunity to contribute to the institute’s strategic direction nationally.
“I am excited to be part of a forward-thinking committee, focusing on NZILA as a leading voice for our profession. My key goals are focused around raising our profile in design leadership and landscape planning at a national level, alongside the development of the institute’s governance.”
Rebecca has also been named as part of the Tauranga Heart of the City Technical Advisory Group (TAG). The TAG will contribute to positive development of the Tauranga city centre, by advising on design aspects of projects such as streetscape, open space, waterfront and civic building developments.
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10 April 2017