Regulatory Reforms and Commercial Changes

Impacts on building product suppliers and manufacturers.

The building and construction industry is a key contributor to New Zealand’s economic progress. The supply chain for building products has traditionally been dominated by a few major companies but increasingly alternative building products and methods are being used to try and reduce cost and improve the efficiency of the industry. This webinar examines the latest legal changes and regulatory reforms for building product suppliers, including the outcomes of the recent market study by the Commerce Commission.  

Who Should Attend?

Commercial solicitors of all levels who advise clients in the building and construction industry, in-house counsel in building, construction, infrastructure companies, lawyers and directors with an interest in the building sector regulatory system or competition law.

  • Gain a better understanding of the new mandatory information requirements for building product suppliers.
  • Get to grips with the new BuiltReady scheme for pre-fabricated modular components.
  • Learn about the Commerce Commission’s view on the competitiveness of the building supplies market, restrictive covenants, rebates, and s 36 market power reforms.
  • Scan the horizon for building code or consenting changes that may occur as a result of the market study.


Pricing Details

Ticket Price

Member - $100.00 GST

Non-Member - $140.00 GST


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