Stacey Rendall presented at the Transition Engineering Seminar held at the Universtiy of Canterbury today. His presentation entitled "100 Year Urban Transition Plan - From the Ground Up" applies the principles of Transition Engineering, that is engineering within constraints, to the redevelopment of cities. The project takes a 250-year design perspective with elements of Safety, Security, Sustainability and Profitability considered fundamental requirements for any functioning urban form. The project is currently being applied in Christchurch, as a greyfield redevelopment, to create a medium-density mixed-use urban village for 20,000 people.
Abley were commissioned by the University of Canterbury (UC) to design the parking spaces that will service the Waimairi Village complex that has recently been built. UC Waimairi Village is part of the university’s response to relieve pressure on the rental accommodation market in Christchurch by having housing available to its students. Resource consent was recently issued to allow the construction to be completed. The traffic advice and design work was completed by Tracy Fleming .
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