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Urban comfort: adaptive capacity in post-earthquake Christchurch
(Lincoln University, 2015)
The urban environment influences the way people live and shape their everyday lives, and microclimate sensitive design can enhance the use of urban streets and public spaces. Innovative approaches to urban microclimate ...
How community gardens may contribute to community resilience following an earthquake
The paper examines community benefits provided by an established community garden following a major earthquake and discusses possible implications for community garden planning and design in disaster-prone cities. Recent ...
The Breathe Urban Village competition: Why did it fail to deliver?
(Lincoln University Planning Association (LUPA), 2017-12)
Successful urban regeneration projects generate benefits that are realised over a much longer timeframe than normal market developments and benefits well beyond those that can be uplifted by a market developer. Consequently ...