Date: Wednesday 08th July 2020
Time: 12:30 pm – 01:30 pm
Join us in an interesting lunchtime session; presented by Dr Lee Beattie and Mr Ian Munro.
Auckland, and many other New Zealand centres have a long history of basing urban growth management and urban design strategies around the concepts of transit oriented development, or TOD’s and along public transport routes.
We question whether this approach has been conceptualised correctly in the New Zealand context and what this would been mean in a post Corvid 19 world for urban design and the ability to creative resilient communities, as we return to the local?
Ian Munro (B.Plan (Hons), M.Plan (Hons), M.Arch[Urb Des] (Hons), M.EnvLS (Hons), MNZPI, Certified RMA Commissioner) is a self-employed planner & urban designer, Hearings Commissioner with in-depth work experience work across New Zealand, and a member of the Auckland Council’s Urban Design Panel.
Dr Lee Beattie
Dr Lee Beattie (PhD, MNZPI MRSNZCertified RMA Commissioner) is the Deputy Head of the University of Auckland School of Architecture and Planning and director of the University’s urban design programme. He is an urban planner and designer with over 25 years professional experience in an extensive range of complex urban planning and urban design matters and currently Auckland Council and Queenstown Lakes District Council Hearing Commissioner and Chair of Auckland Council’s Urban Design Panel.
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