While the town planning movement in New Zealand was in its infancy at the time of World War 1, it was a movement that attracted young men and women looking to create better urban areas. The list below is not comprehensive but gives short military details on men I know from my research who contributed to the development of town planning. A longer article will appear in PQ in June detailing their contribution to town planning in New Zealand.
This list was compiled by Associate Professor Caroline Miller and Professor Michael Roche, School of People, Environment and Planning, Massey University, Palmerston North.
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