South and West Auckland have no identity to the Auckland City Centre. Does Not Mean the South is not Busy though… This weekend, they’re putting a temporary barrier at the … Continue reading Access 4 Everyone (A4E) Means Well, But City Centre-Centric Focus Risk Alienating Sub Regions?
Walking and cycling gets mentioned but what to do about it Quite a bit on in Auckland at the moment with the Regional Public Transport Plan out for consultation at … Continue reading Walking and Cycling – How to Make Their Pathways not Stink – As Much in Your City #CitiesSkylines
The earthquakes have given the city a new start -an opportunity to explore better ways of doing things This guest post is from Brendon Harre and is republished with his … Continue reading Guest Post: Liveable Christchurch
People front and centre at the heart of Auckland in its City Centre Transformation Today Auckland Council led by the Mayor Phil Goff laid down the challenge to making Auckland … Continue reading Auckland City Centre Transformation – Putting the People First!
Auckland Council hope prosecution will serve as a deterrent From the Office of the Mayor – Phil Goff: Mayor Phil Goff welcomes illegal dumping prosecution Auckland Mayor Phil Goff’s crackdown … Continue reading Commercial Operator Prosecuted for Illegal Dumping
Speed Management coming to Rosehill As part of the $700m investment in Road Safety Auckland Transport is asking for feedback on a suite of road calming measures in Rosehill, Papakura. … Continue reading Safer Papakura Streets
Making use of underutilised land to deliver affordable housing and lively Centres This story originally on LinkedIn The story should have been honestly been on page one of the media … Continue reading #OurManukau Set for Major Development: Some Urban Geography Thoughts on my Home undergoing transformation change
By Ed Clayton. Part 3 of a 3 part series Part One: Guest Post: Auckland’s Urban Freshwater – our Historic Relationship (Part 1) Part Two: Guest Post: Auckland’s Urban Freshwater – the Water … Continue reading Guest Post: Auckland’s Urban Freshwater – our transport future? (Part 3)
By Ed Clayton. Part 2 of a 3 part series Part One: Guest Post: Auckland’s Urban Freshwater – our Historic Relationship (Part 1) Welcome to the second post in this three-part series. … Continue reading Guest Post: Auckland’s Urban Freshwater – the Water Sensitive City (Part 2)
Guest post from Ed Clayton This is the first post of a three-part series exploring the relationships between freshwater and transport in Auckland. The aim of the combined series is … Continue reading Guest Post: Auckland’s Urban Freshwater – our Historic Relationship (Part 1)