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Planning for death in the wake of Aotearoa New Zealand’s changing cultural landscape: A Christchurch case study
(Lincoln University, 2018)
Accommodating the dead is a significant challenge in planning our future landscapes. Practices associated with the interment of the dead can be sensitive, as it is both a personal and cultural concern. Culture is commonly ...
The concept of the green belt: some implications of the Resource Management Act 1991
(Lincoln University, 1994)
The management of land around the urban fringe of Christchurch is an important issue. For a number of years green belt policies have constrained the outward development of the City. The desirability of the green belt in ...