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The nature of natural: defining natural character for the New Zealand context
(New Zealand Ecological Society, 2010-03)
New Zealand has a long-standing statutory policy goal to preserve the natural character of the coastal environment and various freshwater environments and their margins. In the absence of an authoritative definition, it ...
Multi-level linking of teaching and extra-curricular activity with professional planning research: The case of the Lincoln Planning Review
(University of Wollongong, 2010)
The experience in developing a student-led academic journal, the Lincoln Planning Review, to provide experiential learning that links undergraduates in a small professional planning programme directly to research publication ...
The Selwyn Waihora catchment: A triumph for collaborative management?
(Thomson Reuters on behalf of the Resource Management Law Association of New Zealand Inc., 2014-04-01)
The Selwyn River (Waikirikiri) flows into Lake Ellesmere (Te Waihora) which, at 20,000 ha surface area, is New Zealand’s fifth largest lake and its largest lagoonal lake. Although a third of the lake and parts of the ...
Lincoln Planning Review - Editorial
(Lincoln University Planning Association (LUPA), 2014-12)
Planning in New Zealand in 2014 has largely been dominated by housing and urban development, potential local government and legislative reforms, and water issues. This volume’s peer reviewed research, which combines Issues ...
Fish: A background paper contributing to the Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere: State of the Lake 2013 Technical Report No. 1.
(Waihora Ellesmere Trust, 2013)
A total of 47 species of fish have been recorded in Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere. Some of these are long-term resident species tolerant of varying levels of salinity. Sixteen species are diadromous, meaning that they spend ...
The importance of NZPI membership to private sector planning consultants and new graduates
(Lincoln University, New Zealand, 2013-12)
The overall findings of the survey suggest that NZPI membership only adds real value for a recent graduate when there is a shortage of graduates knowledgeable about planning and planning issues. There are, however, ...
The ECan Act: understanding the new provisions for planners
(Lincoln University. LEaP, 2010-08)
The Environment Canterbury (Temporary Commissioners and Improved Water Management ) Act 2010 (the ECan Act) has provided some interesting new planning provisions that will exercise the minds of planners, lawyers and, I ...
Planning approaches for the management of surf breaks in New Zealand
There is a strong surfing culture, heritage, and community that shares a common spirit in New Zealand and around the world. Surf breaks are places where the practice of surfing predominantly occurs and have recently been ...
An investigation into the use of visualisations in the Resource Consent Process
(Lincoln University Planning Association, 2017)
The use of Computer Aided Design (CAD) drawings or other static images (including photo-shop and simulations) to visualise potential future situations is common and powerful in planning processes. Its production, use and ...
A failed attempt at collaborative water planning: Selwyn Waihora Variation 1
(Lincoln University Planning Association, 2015-12)
This article contextualises and reports on one of the 13 sub-regional water plans underway to set environmental limits as part of implementing the Canterbury Water Management Strategy (CWMS).