This paper looks at how local government in New Zealand is working to improve the participation of residents in local decision-making. The research looked at three communities where community planning had been used and talked to Council and community members about their experiences. Using a case study approach, the information gathered was used to build a picture of possible sources of success or failure in using community planning.
- Citation: Lawler, M. (2008). Thinking Like a Place – Local Government Experiences with Community Planning, Research Essay Submitted In Completion Of A Masters In Public Policy, Victoria University, February 2008
- Creator: Moira Lawler
- Language: English
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