Urban areas are under increased pressure from population growth, development, natural hazards and climate change. These pressures are set to continue into the future and pose considerable challenges for both planning new urban areas and retrofitting existing ones. This paper focuses on the planning challenges for urban areas in the New Zealand context.
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