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Kate Mackness

Kate Mackness

Graduate Student Adviser (Environmental Planning), Lecturer

Qualifications: BA Otago MPP Auck

About Kate

A full member of the New Zealand Planning Institute, and a Committee member of the Waikato branch.

A member of the Resource Management Law Association.

Papers Taught

Research Supervised

Kate teaches a range of planning papers relating to urban planning, policy development, planning methods and professional planning practice.

Research Interests

Research interests include urban planning, spatial planning, planning frameworks and policy development. Local government is also an area of interest, as is politics and social housing.Professional planning practice is another key area.

Recent Publications

  • Mackness, C., White, I., & Barrett, P. (2021). Towards the 20 Minute City. Build, 183, 71-72. Retrieved from https://www.buildmagazine.org.nz/articles/show/towards-the-20-minute-city Open Access version: https://hdl.handle.net/10289/14284

  • Mackness, C. (2020). Building diverse, inclusive and resilient communities to increase well-being and quality of life. In Building diverse, inclusive communities to increase well-being and quality of life. Auckland, New Zealand: Conferenz. Retrieved from https://www.conferenz.co.nz/ Open Access version: https://hdl.handle.net/10289/13486

  • Mackness, C., Dyer, R., Dyer, M., Hinze, A., Farrari, T., Wu, S., . . . Weng, M. (2019). Urban narrative: Value based urban design. In 2019 Australasia Conference, Regional Studies Association - A Leading and Impactful Community. Urban And Regional Wellbeing, First Nations Economies And Global Value Chains For Regional ‎Sustainability. University of Canterbury, Christchurch, Aotearoa New Zealand.

  • Mackness, C. (2019). Building diverse, inclusive communities to increase well-being and quality of life. In Urban Futures 2020. Auckland, New Zealand: Conferenz. Retrieved from https://www.conferenz.co.nz/

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Keywords

Urban planning; planning frameworks; district plans; policy development under the Resource Management Act