community design

Walking to 2040 - what does the future hold?

 

Living Streets Aotearoa is holding it's first meeting for 2012 to look at what the future holds for pedestrians and walkers. With many councils preparing their Long Term Plans, and, nearly a year on from the change to a purely volunteer organisation for Living Streets it is timely to discuss what we can look forward to and achieve in the future: what are our ambitions and goals, as individuals, in our organisation, and in our workplaces?

Fun, future, snickets and ginnels - find out more at our first meeting on 5 June

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Wellington
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Meeting room 2, Wellington City Council, Wakefield Street
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Ellen Blake
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wellington[at]livingstreets.org.nz
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Face to face
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Principles towards a walking-friendly and human city

It is time to improve the situation and the status of the pedestrians, in an era where motor traffic in the cities is expanding causing a negative impact on the quality of city life. The goal should be to form a city policy dedicated to providing more living space and prioritising the pedestrian.
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From the community upwards

Presentation to NZ Walking Conference, Christchurch, Nov 2006
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Roger Boulter,Wendy Everingham
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Wellington - our sense of place

Building a future on what we treasure
Wellington - our sense of place - 538 kb Document - Adobe PDF - Acrobat Reader
The Council is working to identify and enhance the qualities and characteristics that make Wellington special, including conservation of the city's built heritage.
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City form and design (Waitakere)

This document outlines the growth pressures affecting the City, and Council’s approach to achieving a sustainable city form and design.
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Urban villages (Waitakere)

A design for living in Waitakere City
Urban villages (Waitakere) - 520 kb Document - Adobe PDF - Acrobat Reader
This brochure outlines the city's strategy for future sustainable development and enhancement of local communities.
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Reliability and validity of two instruments designed etc

An article which explores two instruments used to assess the suitability of roads and sid
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