Vol 7, No 1-2 (2015)

Lincoln Planning Review

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Contents Page

Table of Contents
Ike Kleynbos
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Editorial

Editorial
Sarah Edwards
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1-2

Peer Reviewed Articles

Ashton Eaves, Crile Doscher
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3-15

Research

Nicola Snoyink
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16-22

Field Notes and Case Studies

Hamish G. Rennie
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23-27
Brittany Bradley-Cane, Sinmeun How, Helene Kirpensteijn, Matthew Klomp, Jessica Manhire, James Tapper, Henry Winchester
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28-33
Francesc Fusté Forné
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34-38
Charlotte Thompson
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39-43
Charlotte Irving
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44-47

Dialogue

A tangled web: The complex relationships of governance and management in the Te Waihora catchment
Adrienne Lomax
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48-49
Resilience or artefact? The Potters Lane water scheme: an example of local water supply
Hugh Logan
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50-51
Quake City and the beauty of lost and rebuilt things
Marta Donolo
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52-53

Outreach

Update from the Lincoln Envirotown Trust
Sue Jarvis
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54-55
Update from the New Zealand Association of Resource Management
Anne Spicer
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56

Reports

International Congress on Adaptive Urbanism
Suzanne Vallance
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57
Lincoln University First Annual Cycling Forum
Catherine Elliot, Roslyn Kerr
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58-59
The Environmental and Conservation Organisation of Aotearoa New Zealand national conference
Nicholas Kirk
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60-61
The Australia and New Zealand Association of Planning Schools Conference
Natalie Murdoch
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62-63
The 21st International Symposium on Society and Resource Management
Ronlyn Duncan
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64
Book Review - Planning in ten words or less: A Lacanian entanglement in spatial planning
Mike O'Connell
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65-66
Where are they now?
Brittany Bradley-Cane
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67-68
Staff profiles
Sinmeun How
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69-70
Awards
Paula Greer
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71-72