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Come nerd with us: Urbanerds a-comin’

Do you like the sound of nerdy, lively conversation and insights about urban issues? Come join the growing tribe of Urban Nerds – it’s a great time

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Parking for sensible cities: webinar 2

Equity, residents’ parking, behaviour change, and some myths busted – by popular demand, expert insights on parking plus some Wellington changemaking

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Plimmerton Farm: getting greenfields right

If we’re determined to do more residential development in greenfields, what does “decent” look like in Plimmerton, hilly land near an existing suburb – like most of our region’s greenfields?

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In praise of… business owners

Street change projects often stand or fall on what “local businesses” are seen as thinking about the change. We always hear about them opposing change, but are they all really the same?

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Plenty of parking, or something else? A webinar with Stuart Donovan

TUI Climate Community and Millions of Mothers proudly bring you expert transport researcher Stuart Donovan, live on Wednesday 3rd June and all about the parking.

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Have your say on Wellington’s proposed Parking Policy: the FULL BANANA edition

There’s a proposed new gospel for dealing with parking and it’s going to shape our city profoundly. Here’s your step by step handy guide for an awesome, high-quality submission

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Have your say on Wellington’s proposed Parking Policy: the TL;DR edition

There’s a proposed new gospel for dealing with parking. It’s open for feedback til Monday 8th and it’s important because parking is so influential. No time? No problem!

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Urbanerds Rahui Edition part 1: Cohousing

The May Urbanerds gathering, with its star-studded guest speaker lineup, was also blessed with an Urbanerd taking notes. Part 1: Charles Dawson’s dispatches from the Cohousing session

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Dear Brooklyn: pop-up goodness

Five temporary projects are proposed in Wellington for safer movement while social distancing suppresses bus capacity. Brooklyn local Sam Donald writes to his fellow Brooklynites…

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Living together, being apart: cohousing beating social isolation

In pandemic times, physically isolating will save lives, but it’s tending to deepen the social isolation that’s been breaking Kiwi hearts and minds. So how does cohousing fit in? Hear more in a cool talk!

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