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You are warmly invited to a free seminar with speaker Amber Logan. Home is where the heart is, and so is community. But what are the factors that promote healthy homes and communities for whānau Māori? And what do Māori whānau think is important for them to be able to live and flourish in their homes and communities? Date: Wednesday 15 November Venue: Adam Auditorium, City Gallery, 101 Wakefield St, Wellington Time: 12.00 pm – 1.00 pm
You are warmly invited to a free seminar with speaker Jacinta Ruru. At a time when housing is becoming more unaffordable and homelessness is on the rise, facilitating the construction of homes on Māori land seems like an obvious solution. But is it as simple as that? What are the legal ramifications of building on Māori land? And what are the potential legal barriers landowners may have to navigate? Date: Wednesday 8 November Venue: Adam Auditorium, City Gallery, 101 Wakefield St, Wellington Time: 12.00 pm – 1.00 pm
We held a seminar with speaker Kay Saville-Smith. Sustainability is one of the buzz words of the moment when we talk about our cities. But what does it mean for an ageing population? How important is the built environment for older people and their ability to live well in their own homes and communities for longer? The video will be available soon.
A new book sets out important ideas for helping New Zealand cities resolve the challenges of providing quality, affordable housing, designing healthy transport systems and dealing with climate change. Cities in New Zealand: Preferences, patterns and possibilities has multiple authors and was READ MORE
The 14th Urban History Planning History (UHPH) conference theme is inspired by Melbourne as an exemplar of cities that are continually remade: as a centre of manufacturing, as a city built on land and infrastructure speculation, and as a place that has been remade over the long-established READ MORE