Sizing up the city: Urban form and transport in NZ

Philippa Howden-Chapman, Keriata Stuart and Ralph Chapman eds. Read book reviews and a sample chapter:


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“Sizing up the City is a collection of essays explaining how the city works: where we live, how we get around and the wider effect those decisions have on our lives. The love affair with the car is broken down, graphed, and a blueprint for a more liveable city is put in its place.” More of the review

Review by Robin Hickman in Journal of Urban Design (PDF)

Chapter 2: For whom the city? Housing and locational preferences in NZ

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