Sustainable Urban Planning PDF

Sustainable Urban Planning PDF, At the base the design features incorporated into this book emanate from practice. I gratefully acknowledge the experience also gained and lessons learned from my own and James Lunday’s studio classes at Auckland University; student-planner design efforts for tract after tract, setting out to free up community space, provide mixed-use neighborhoods and doubling – often quadrupling – the formula density.

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There are colleagues and friends to acknowledge; bringing back pleasurable ever-fresh memories. At the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne 1964–72 Paul Brenikov and Cameron Blackhall. From Cambridge 1972–84 David Williams (Wolfson College President, later Vice-Chancellor), and the late Paul Howell also of Wolfson College.

At Auckland University (1984–2000) I was influenced by, and remain grateful to past and present faculty colleagues, who will I hope warm to passages where they discern vestiges of their influence:

Jim Dart, Derek Hall, Michael Pritchard, Morris Taylor, Harry Turbott, Tricia Austin, Dan Barry, Jeanette Fitzsimons, Robert Hotten, Megan Howell, Mark Tollemache, Tony Watkins, Elizabeth Aitken-Rose, Hirini Matunga, Catherine Edmeades, Bill Berrett, Marjorie van Roon, Robert Collin, and Mark Bellingham.

I am also grateful to Phil McDermott, latterly Professor of Planning at Massey University, for his insight and support. Following retirement from Auckland University I was fortunate to be invited to assist at Auckland’s UNITEC campus where I teach a little, use the excellent library service, and profit from the stimulus of new design insights, for all of which my particular thanks go to Jacqueline Margetts, Katrina Simon and Rod Barnett; and also to my stimulating and helpful new colleagues in the School of Landscape and Plant Science.

New Zealand affords a capsule context for studying the New World regional urban and suburban situation, and the sustainability phenomenon, with research support for an individual academic in proportion to the nation’s population! This I have cause to regard as an advantage in the wider context of open scholarship and freedom of expression.

So, armed with institutional support from the University of Auckland, and with the benefit of sabbatical visits to the other Anglo-styled settler societies and their groves of academe, I set about this project.

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