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Fast Forward Autumn 2019 Lecture Series, HUDA

The Housing and Urban Development Authority

  • 21/05/2019 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
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Fast Forward Autumn 2019 Lecture Series, HUDA

Urban design agencies differ from private developments. They bear a stronger focus on the provision of affordable and social housing, as well as extra public spaces and a broader range of community facilities, such as schools.

In 2018 the government announced the creation of the Housing and Urban Development Authority (HUDA). This initiative could become an essential game-changer for cities struggling to cope with housing shortages. Significantly, HUDA will have the capacity to: acquire land under the Public Works Act, override the Resource Management Act, council plans and processes, and consent its own projects.

Join us for a panel and audience discussion around the new authority and its subsequent pros and cons:

MINISTRY OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT

- How closely will HUDA work with councils, iwi and other stakeholders?
- When working at ‘scale and pace’, will the needs of individuals and the environment be adequately considered? 
- How will quality be ensured? And which sites are likely to be first up for redevelopment?

Hosted by:
School of Architecture and Planning, The University of Auckland

Venue: Engineering Lecture Theatre 401:439, 20 Symonds Street, Auckland

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FREE

 



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