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What policies contribute to active transport participation? A comparative policy analysis of Christchurch and Copenhagen
(Lincoln University, 2014)
Increasing active transport participation in urban environments has a large body of academic support. Reasoning behind the push towards a cleaner, healthier, and more efficient mode of transportation is found in a range ...
Sink or swim? The planner’s predicament in a changing Christchurch
(Lincoln University, 2015)
The world is constantly changing. Christchurch, New Zealand, has recently experienced drastic changes after earthquakes struck the city. The earthquakes caused the city to physically shake, and the land to sink in some ...
Planning for green building design and technology in New Zealand
(Lincoln University, 2017-04-10)
Green building design and technology has been developed to lower the impacts of buildings on the environment while maintaining, and in some cases improving all the functions and values of a traditional building. Although ...
Understanding residential infill: a Christchurch case study of typologies and stakeholders
(Lincoln University, 2016-11-14)
Advocates for Compact City, Smart Growth and New Urbanism claim intensification of land use as a means to achieve sustainability imperatives, manage urbanisation and curb peripheral sprawl. It appears policy makers and ...
Major Cycle Routes in Christchurch: Conflicts in Local Situations and Proposed Design-based Solutions
(Lincoln University, 2018-02-28)
The Christchurch City Council is currently developing a network of 13 major cycle routes, which link residential neighbourhoods, businesses, parks, schools and popular recreational destinations across Christchurch. As of ...
Planning for death in the wake of Aotearoa New Zealand’s changing cultural landscape: A Christchurch case study
(Lincoln University, 2018)
Accommodating the dead is a significant challenge in planning our future landscapes. Practices associated with the interment of the dead can be sensitive, as it is both a personal and cultural concern. Culture is commonly ...