Debate lopsided The debate around the Port of Auckland was certainly lopsided. For the record I agree with Councillors Christine Fletcher and Efeso Collins in delaying ANY talk about … Continue reading MEGA READ: Can’t Talk About Port of Auckland Without Talking About South Auckland. IT’S CALLED INDUSTRY STUPID!
People first Given the carnage on the roads and our urban areas just being plain ugly for people to walk about it is time to have a talk about … Continue reading Time to Talk Speed – That is Residential Speed Limits Being Lowered
When design and lower speeds work Both are defaulted to 40km/h But it all comes down to design to realise that speed in a residential area#citiesskylines pic.twitter.com/AeKR6isupJ — … Continue reading #CitiesSkylines Offers Tips in Street Design and People Space. 40km/h Default Works!
Urban Simulators mapping out real life Cities I enjoy the game Cities Skylines, its expansions and of course the Mods. Even when compared to a New Zealand example (given … Continue reading #CitiesSkylines Helping Building Better Cities Today
Giving a refresh and unlocking some potential Transforming and unlocking our Metropolitan and Town Centres into the 21st Century is a goal of Auckland Council. I wrote some reckons … Continue reading Transforming and Unlocking Auckland’s Metropolitan and Town Centres
Bringing Auckland into the 21st Century In writing this I was made aware how things were going in Christchurch and the wider Canterbury region. Needless to say both are … Continue reading Panuku Should Be Like Hong Kong’s MTR – for a 21st Century Auckland
The port will move just not as someone wants New Zealand First’s port move just makes no sense what so ever. Why move the primary import port to … Continue reading New Zealand First’s Auckland Port Move Makes No Sense What So Ever
Relief value for Auckland Yesterday I gave a guest lecture to Environmental Planning at the University of Waikato on inter-regional planning and sustainability. My thanks to Professor Iain White … Continue reading Guest Lecture: Inter-Regional Planning and Sustainability
What are these contraptions In my Regional Rapid Rail, Inter-Regional Planning, and a Planning Ministry. Transforming and Unlocking Places post I talked about a Planning Ministry and a New Zealand Infrastructure Agency … Continue reading The Planning (Super) Ministry and the NZIA. What Are They?
Either way the South wins The South has been receiving a bit of attention as Election 2017 continues on. Whether it is Labour’s pledge on the Congestion Free Network, … Continue reading Southern Auckland at Receiving End of #Election2017 Lolly Scramble