Change and development in Glen Eden, 2017. Report commissioned by Waitakere Ranges Local Board.
Haigh, David; Kenkel, David; Doswell, Kate
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Citation:Haigh, D., Kenkel, D. and Doswell. D. (2017). Change and development in Glen Eden, 2017. Report commissioned by Waitakere Ranges Local Board. Unitec ePress innovateITP Research Reports (2017/1). ISSN 2537-9828. Retrieved from http://www.unitec.ac.nz/epress/
Permanent link to Research Bank record:http://hdl.handle.net/10652/3981
This report is stage one of a report on change and development issues in Glen Eden. The Waitakere Ranges Local Board commissioned staff of the Social Practice Department of Unitec to carry out a two-stage report. This first stage is a literature search looking at material specific to Glen Eden as well as more theoretical information about development and growth. The second stage will be completed by December 2017 and reports on interviews carried out with key stakeholders in Glen Eden. This report makes a number of suggestions to the Waitakere Ranges Local Board relating to redevelopment of the Glen Eden town centre, and to design and urban policies concerning future intensification of Glen Eden with emphasis on strategies to deal with such matters as safety, cycleways and pedestrian amenity. InnovateITP Research Reports (formerly Metro Reports) present research conducted through the Unitec Research Voucher Scheme, which facilitates access by industry and community clients to Unitec research expertise. This research is conducted to client brief, similar to research consultancy. Voucher Scheme projects are published and disseminated according to a recommended, but flexible and adaptable format. In this format there is less emphasis on systematic, comprehensive research justification, elaboration and presentation of findings, but rather an emphasis on research process, narrative and outcomes. Voucher Scheme project reports are intended to be accessible to clients and other research users in ways traditional academic research may not be. All papers are blind reviewed.