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Footpath, berms and walkway (Otorohanga)

General information on the footpath service provided in Otorohanga, which has 26km of hard surfaced footpaths.
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Infrastructure design standards (North Shore)

Issue 9 This is the 9th issue of North Shore City Council's Infrastructure Design Standards Manual. The purpose of this manual is to define Council's engineering design and compliance requirements.
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Birkdale Rd: Proposed pedestrian refuge (North Shore)

Illustration and information on the proposed new pedestrian refuge.
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Manukau parks

Conserving Manukau's natural heritage
Manukau parks - Web page
As part of its parks strategy, 'Making Connections', Manukau City Council is developing conservation plans for a number of its nature reserves, to protect and restore the city's natural heritage.
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Hamilton CC development manual, vol 3, part 3 - roading projects

Comprises fully detailed technical specifications for all roading and infrastructure services that may be constructed as part of a Hamilton City construction contract. The specifications set minimum requirements and are mandatory.
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Urban Form (Auckland Regional Council)

Urban form is all about the shape of our cities and towns
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Auckland Regional Council
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Auckland City Council Footpath Policy

The Auckland City Council aims to provide a standard of footpath surface suited to the environment that will contribute to the accessibility, safety, amenity and character of Auckland\'s streets.
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Social capital and the built environment

The importance of walkable neighbourhoods Leyden seeks to examine whether pedestrian-oriented, mixed-use neighbourhoods encourage enhanced levels of social and community engagement, using Galway as a case study.
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