Facilitating community involvement in council-community master planning
The focus of this paper is to identify potential benefits of community involvement in master planning in the post-earthquake recovery context in Christchurch; and to identify considerations for planners involved in the design of master planning processes that involve the community. Findings are based on the results of an information sharing event on these topics convened by The Habitat Project in December 2011, and a review of the relevant literature.
Keywordsmaster planning; planning practice; community involvement; facilitation; Sumner; Lincoln Planning Review
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