Sep 20, 2016 - 7.00 for 7.30pm
Forbury Park Function Centre, Victoria Road, Dunedin (1st floor)
From the 1st July the new tenancy lease agreement requires landlords to include details of the properties walls, ceiling and floor insulation - do you have any? or know what is there?
Come along and hear Jordana Whyte from Cosy Homes speak about making Otago homes healthy and warm. Find out about the warm Dunedin scheme, new subsidies available, the home performance assessment and DIY window insulation kits. Unfortunately many tenants do not know how to ventilate a property or use the heat pump correctly learn some helpful hints to protect your valuable asset.
Chris Helm from Technobond (Ellis Fibre) will speak about the Dunedin made supaloff polyester insulation and the other insulation products they have available. Technobond is safe, non toxic and easy to handle and can be used in residential and light commercial buildings. Learn about the new regulation requirements.
Matt Lindsay from My Republic is to speak about their fibre and broadband internet and home phone plans now that Dunedin is a gigatown. MYREPUBLIC is purpose-built for the fastest Next Generation National Broadband Network (NBN) in 2011, Internet Service Provider MyRepublic continues to redefine the standard of fibre broadband services in Singapore and the region. Having launched in New Zealand, Indonesia and soon Australia, MyRepublic continues to push the boundaries with its innovative and consumer-centric service offerings, with its latest sights set on the Singapore mobility market. MATT LINDSAY - Sales Director . He has sixteen years leadership, sales management and advertising experience across the consumer and small business sectors. Leading result driven sales and service teams in competitive and fast moving markets for the likes of The Warehouse Group and Spark.
Students holding a party (unauthorised) in your rental property, concerned your rental will be empty over the summer - come along and hear from Marie and Colin from the Dunedin North Community Patrol. The Patrol Volunteers can be your ears and eyes to watch over your rental property, they observe, take notes and gather information and report suspicious activity.