From urban sprawl to compact city - An analysis of urban growth management in Auckland

J Arbury
Master of Arts in Geography and Environmental Science, University of Auckland: Auckland
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This thesis provides a critical assessment of the likely success of the Auckland Regional Growth Strategy in facilitating controlled growth, and promoting a more compact city form. It explores the reasons for the development of the Strategy, and provides a case study of efforts to implement it, as outlined in the intensification strategy for the suburb of Avondale. The case study includes an analysis of community attitudes to intensification; as well as a review of land capacity in Avondale available to support intensification.

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