Helen Clark Foundation Report is out on Low Traffic Neighbourhoods Today the “The Shared Path – A RESEARCH PAPER BY HOLLY WALKERVOLUME II: How low-traffic areas in Aotearoa’s cities candecarbonise … Continue reading The Shared Path. Report on Low Traffic Neighbourhoods Out and we have a lot of work to do
Auckland Transport and Orakei Local Board needing reminding on Vision Zero What? A Design Breaching the Vienna Convention aka International Law? How so. Well we start with with Dooring: Dooring is … Continue reading Orakei’s Proposed Design for its St Heliers Town Centre Leads to Breaches of the Vienna Convention (in terms of Safety)
Take note – Auckland’s second City Centre engaging in next phase of urban renewal When I was doing my Tactical Urbanism course earlier this year I floated the idea of … Continue reading STAND BY FOR ACTION: Tactical Urbanism Starting in Manukau City Centre Soon!
NZTA Innovative Tactical Urbanism Fund Rounds 2 Out On Friday NZTA released their round 2 of their Innovative Tactical Urbanism Fund totally some $10.3m in Auckland. This time around Southern … Continue reading More Tactical Urbanism? Yes Please – with South Auckland Picking up Five!
Why are we waiting Auckland Transport and Panuku? UPDATE FROM AUCKLAND TRANSPORT: Improvements to Ronwood Avenue are proposed through both the Connected Communities and Airport to Botany Rapid Transit programmes. … Continue reading UPDATE (Budgets Again): A Little City Centre Waits: Where is #ourmanukau ‘s Tactical Urbanism that Equals Jobs?!
Resource Management Act Review suggests replacing Act with new Legislation Not long after the National Policy Statement – Urban Development was released by the Government, an independent report into replacing … Continue reading PODCAST: Replacing the Resource Management Act Take 2. Thoughts and those Spatial Plans
What is International Best Practice? Recently I was asked on LinkedIn about the proposed Drury Town Centre Main Street being designed around the car. If International Best Practice is demonstrating … Continue reading PODCAST: Spatial Planning 101: If Active/Transit Modes = 40% More Spend ($) in Town and Metropolitan Centres by Patrons why are our Centres still being designed around the car?
How a Soviet Concept can be translated into the 15 Minute City After my Vision Week podcasts (Going Back to the Beginning – Spatial Planning #visionweekNZ #bounceforward Podcasts) I had chanced … Continue reading Micro Districts, the Soviet Union and Modern City Planning
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Using Urban Islands to balance a City Last week I talked about the three Urban Geographic concepts I use in City building that can…
Restoring Manukau Plaza and opening the connection between two major way points. I was going through some old Manukau files that go right back to 2013 and ponder what has … Continue reading Restoring a Former Urban Pathway in #OurManukau – Let the People Flow!