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Potential influence of Auckland’s growth on land use and resource use in the Waikato region

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Report: TR 2014/57

Author: L Gooderham, K Mackness, I White (University of Waikato), U Trebilco (Waikato Regional Council)

About this report

The purpose of this report is to identify a range of potential impacts of Auckland’s growth and development on the Waikato region over the short to medium term. This will aid the general understanding of the effects of city development on an adjacent region, and provide an information base for decision-makers from which further research can be undertaken.

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Potential influence of Auckland’s growth on land use and resource use in the Waikato region (752kb)

Contents

  Executive summary
1 Introduction
2 Methodology
3 Literature review
4 Case study 1: California and Colorado, United States
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Literature review
4.3 Tourism in California
4.4 Rural prisons in Colorado
5 Case study 2: Dublin, Ireland
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Counter-urbanisation in the rural hinterland
5.3 Expansion of the functional urban area
5.4  Transportation corridor development 
6 Case study discussion
7 Auckland-Waikato relationship
8 Stakeholder interviews
The Auckland Plan
9.1 Overview
9.2 Key issues for the Waikato region
9.3 Discussion
10 Emergent themes
11 Conclusion
12  Recommendations
13  Bibliography
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