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Associate Professor Caroline Miller BA (Akld), BRP(Hons), PhD, MNZPI

Associate Professor

School of People, Environment and Planning

I have two distinct but related threads in my research. I have a strong interest in the operation, performance and the Resource Management Act1991 (RMA), and produced the first comprehensive critical assessment of the RMA — Implementing Sustainability: the New Zealand Experience (Routledge, 2011). Presently, I have begun looking at how health and ageing issues can be better incorporated in future plans. I have also produced substantial published research into the history of planning and environmental management in New Zealand, including the work of RB Hammond, the involvement of Māori in planning processes and the development of the planning profession.

Professional

Contact details

  • Ph: (06) 3569099 ext.83631
    Location: 3.25, Social ScienceTower
    Campus: Turitea

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Arts - Auckland University (1979)
  • BRP(Hons) - Massey University (1984)
  • PhD - Massey University (2001)
  • MNZPI (1985)

Research Expertise

Research Interests

  • The history of the origins and development of planning and environmental management in New Zealand  
  • The impacts of planning and its development on the form and function of New Zealand cities.
  • The history of social housing in New Zealand and its links to the development and directions of town planning
  • The life and work of prominent early New Zealand planners including J W Mawson, R B Hammond and Nancy Northcroft
  • The history of the development of the planning profession in New Zealand including the evolution of planning education and accreditation
  • The Resource Management Act;; its structures, impacts and development over time
  • The history of Māori engagement with planning

Thematics

21st Century Citizenship, Resource Development and Management, Health and Well-being

Area of Expertise

Field of research codes
Built Environment And Design (120000): Community Planning (120501):
History And Archaeology (210000): History and Archaeology not elsewhere classified (219999):
History and Theory of the Built Environment (excl. Architecture) (120502): Housing Markets, Development, Management (120503): Land Use and Environmental Planning (120504):
Other History and Archaeology (219900):
Urban and Regional Planning (120500)

Keywords

  • Plan formulation processes under the RMA
  • Resource consent processes under RMA
  • Integrated resource management planning
  • The history of the development of the New Zealand planning system including the move from town planning to resource focused planning
  • Comparative historical assessments of the development of planning in New Zealand and overseas
  • The historic development  of Māori participation in town planning and environmental management.
  • Implementing co-management particularly the need to modify existing RMA processes and decisionmaking
  • Urban history including the origins and development of New Zealand towns and cities 
  • The history of social housing in New Zealand
  • Planning for an ageing society
  • Integrating health into plans and planning processes
  • Archival research particularly government and local government sources
  • Critical assessments of plans and planning processes
  • Mentoring within professions

Research Projects

Summary of Research Projects

Position Current Completed
Project Leader 0 5

Completed Projects

Project Title: the Life and Work of R.G.Hammond, New Zealand's First Town Planner

Reginald Hammond was New Zealand's first trained town planner, author of its first town planning legislation, the Town-planning Act 1926 and the first Director of Town Planning. He is a central figure in the development of the New Zealand planning system and its profession. Using his remaining papers made available by the Hammond family, I have attempted to chart his early planning career before he moved to the State Housing Programme in 1935. In 1926 he was appoined to the Commission of Inquiry into the Housing at Whakarewarewa and Ohinemutu in Rotorua. This Commission involved both M?ori communities making extensive submissions and was the first recognition that M?ori might have different concepts of housing and architecture. There were also the complications that arose from both villages being part of the tightly controlled tourist attractions promoted by the government tourism body. The research, undertaken in archives in Wellington and Rotorua, reveals a very engaged M?ori community with clear ideas on the redevelopment of their villages. This also appears to represent the first involvement of any indigenous people in town planning processes and is an important addition to our understanding of how town planning in its widest concept developed in New Zealand.
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Date Range: 2013 - 2013

Funding Body: Massey University

Project Team:

Project Title: A History of Planning and the Courts

This project was part of my research on the development of planning and the planning profession in New Zealand from 1900 to 1990. New Zealand's planning system, which was given statutory form in 1926, provided for public submission on plans and planning applications. This included the right to appeal decisions made by local authorities to an independent review body. This function was first fulfilled from 1926 to 1953 by an independent expert board and then the Town and Country Planning Appeal Board which became the Planning Tribunal in 1977. These judicial bodies developed into an appeal body that combined legal approaches with expert input from lawyers and the judge who chaired it. The research was based on archival research and oral histories particularly discussions with retired Justice Arnold Turner who is considered the architect of much of the development of the judicial role in the New Zealand planning system. It established the New Zealand planning appeal system as unique in the opportunities it offered to third party appeals and in the case law it created which influence the day-to-day practice of planning. It also explains the origins of the present Environment Court.
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Date Range: 2008 - 2010

Funding Body: Massey University

Project Team:

Research Outputs

Journal

Miller, C. (2016). The shared history of public health and planning in New Zealand: A different colonial experience. Progress in Planning. 106, 1-21
[Journal article]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (2015). Lest We Forget: Town Planners and the First World War. Planning Quarterly. (197), 12-15
[Journal article]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (2015). An Alternative View on the Future of the RMA. Planning Quarterly. (196), 8-10
[Journal article]Authored by: Miller, C.
Ward, SV., & Miller, CL. (2014). The new town that never was. Town and Country Planning. 83(8), 348-354 Retrieved from http://Nick.Matthews@tcpa.org.uk/
[Journal article]Authored by: Miller, C.
Crawford, H., & Miller, CL. (2014). Making Urban Intensification Work: A Tauranga Case Study. New Zealand Surveyor. (303), 39-48
[Journal article]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (2013). When is a Planner a Planner?. Planning Quarterly. 190, 17-18
[Journal article]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, C. (2012). Making better places: the planning project in the twenty-first century. AUSTRALASIAN JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT. 19(1), 71-72
[Journal article]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, C. (2012). Planning Australia: An Overview of Urban and Regional Planning, 2nd edition. URBAN POLICY AND RESEARCH. 30(4), 463-465
[Journal article]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, C. (2011). Unlearning the colonial cultures of planning. NEW ZEALAND GEOGRAPHER. 67(1), 67-68
[Journal article]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, C. (2011). Cities, Citizens and Environmental Reform: Histories of Australian Town Planning Associations. URBAN POLICY AND RESEARCH. 29(3), 309-311
[Journal article]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, C. (2011). Planners and the consequences of change: Dilemmas and challenges. Australian Planner. 48(3), 183-191
[Journal article]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, C. (2011). Judicial review in the New Zealand planning system: 1926-1977. Planning Perspectives. 26(3), 445-464
[Journal article]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, C. (2010). Person Environment Behaviour Research: Investigating Activities and Experiences in Spaces and Environment. URBAN POLICY AND RESEARCH. 28(2), 235-236
[Journal article]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (2010). Implementing sustainability: The New Zealand experience. Implementing Sustainability: The New Zealand Experience. , 1-229
[Journal article]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, C. (2010). Respect: pipe dream or possible reality?. Planning Quarterly. 176, 42-43
[Journal article]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, C. (2009). Transitions: Pathways towards Sustainable Urban Developments in Australia. URBAN POLICY AND RESEARCH. 27(1), 92-94
[Journal article]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, C. (2009). Classics in Planning 9: Urban Planning. URBAN POLICY AND RESEARCH. 27(4), 448-450
[Journal article]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, C. (2008). Designing Australia's Cities: Culture, Commerce and the City Beautiful, 1900-1930. URBAN POLICY AND RESEARCH. 26(3), 381-383
[Journal article]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (2008). The Resource Management Law Association: The first fifteen years. Resource Management Theory & Practice. 2008, 200-219
[Journal article]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (2007). Book review: Making political science matter: Debating knowledge, research and method. Planning Quarterly. (166), 21-22
[Journal article]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (2007). Urban expansion, rural subdivision, traffic and other problems. Planning Quarterly. 167, 22-24
[Journal article]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (2007). Research in urban history: A review of recent theses. Urban History. 34(2), 353-366
[Journal article]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (2006). Rod Davies: An architect planner. Planning Quarterly. (163), 35-36
[Journal article]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (2006). Of planning, markets.... Planning Quarterly. (163), 13-14
[Journal article]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (2006). Research in urban history: A review of recent theses. Urban History. 33(2), 293-306
[Journal article]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (2006). New directions in New Zealand's urban planning and research?. Urban Policy and Research. 24(3), 341-354
[Journal article]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (2006). Book review: Sustainability strategy. Resource Management Journal. , 37-38
[Journal article]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (2006). So where did that come from?. Planning Quarterly. (162), 17-19
[Journal article]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (2006). ''A commercial traveller for town planning'': The life and work of John Mawson. Planning Quarterly. (162), 8-11
[Journal article]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (2005). Research in urban history: A review of recent theses. Urban History. 32(2), 352-362
[Journal article]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (2005). Research in urban history: A review of recent theses. Urban History. 32(2), 349-359
[Journal article]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (2005). Housing development: theory, process and practice. New Zealand Geographer. 61(3), 250-251
[Journal article]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (2004). Research in urban history: A review of recent theses. Urban History. 31(2), 268-277
[Journal article]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (2004). Theory poorly practised: The garden suburb in New Zealand. Planning Perspectives. 19(1), 37-55
[Journal article]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (2003). Research in urban history: A review of recent theses. Urban History. 30(2), 288-297
[Journal article]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (2003). Environmental histories of New Zealand. Australasian Journal of Environmental Management. 10(1), 57-58
[Journal article]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (2003). 'A thoroughly capable man versed in the science of town planning': appointing a town planning expert for New Zealand. Planning History. 25(3), 16-20
[Journal article]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (2003). Measuring quality: The New Zealand experience. Built Environment. 29(4), 336-342
[Journal article]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL., & Roche, MM. (2003). New Zealand's 'new order': town planning and soldier settlement after the First World War. War & Society. 21(1), 63-81
[Journal article]Authored by: Miller, C., Roche, M.
Miller, CL. (2002). Professional support. Planning Quarterly. (145), 5-7
[Journal article]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (2002). Town planning in New Zealand. Planning Quarterly. (147), 12-13
[Journal article]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (2002). Research in urban history: A review of recent theses. Urban History. 29(2), 284-296
[Journal article]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, C. (2002). The origins of town planning in New Zealand 1900-1926: A divergent path?. Planning Perspectives. 17(3), 209-225
[Journal article]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (2001). At home in New Zealand: houses history people. Planning Perspectives. 16(4), 429-430
[Journal article]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (2001). The Australian metropolis: a planning history. New Zealand Geographer. 57(2), 59-60
[Journal article]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (2001). Environmental planning and management in New Zealand. New Zealand Geographer. 57(1), 56-57
[Journal article]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (2001). The origins of the profession. Planning Quarterly. (142), 24-25
[Journal article]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (2000). Alternative methods in resource management: A New Zealand example. Planning Practice and Research. 15(1-2), 129-134
[Journal article]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL., & Edlin, S. (2000). SOE Monitoring - slow progress. Planning Quarterly. (138), 15-17
[Journal article]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (2000). New Zealand's first civic design: W.R. Davidge and New Plymouth. Planning History. 22(3), 17-24
[Journal article]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (2000). Alternative methods in resource management: A New Zealand example.. Planning Practice & Research. 15(1/2), 129-134
[Journal article]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (1998). New Zealand's planning history - quo vadis?. Planning Perspectives. 13(3), 257-274
[Journal article]Authored by: Miller, C.

Book

Miller, CL.(2015). Culture and Capability in the New Zealand Planning System: A Report for the Productivity Commission. New Zealand Productivity Commission
[Discussion Paper]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL.(2015). Culture and Capability in the New Zealand Planning System: A Report for the Productivity Commission. New Zealand Productivity Commission
[Discussion Paper]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (2014). The 1919 Town Planning Conference and Exhibition: A Public Declaration for Planning. In R. Freestone, & M. Amati (Eds.) Exhibitions and the Development of Modern Planning Culture. (pp. 65 - 80). Farnham,England: Ashgate
[Chapter]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, C.(2011). Implementing Sustainability. : Taylor & Francis US
[Authored Book]Authored by: Miller, C.
Mansvelt, J., & Miller, C. (2008). Christmas in a box: Unravelling the christmas catalogue commodity chain. In C. Tamasy, & M. Taylor (Eds.) Globalising worlds and new economic configurations. (pp. 299 - 308). United Kingdom: Ashgate Publishing Ltd
[Chapter]Authored by: Mansvelt, J., Miller, C.
Miller, C., & Amati, M. (2008). The green belt that wasn't: The case of New Zealand from 1910 to the 1990s. In Urban Green Belts in the Twenty-first Century. (pp. 83 - 104).
[Chapter]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (2007). The city beautiful in New Zealand: Myth or reality?. In C. Miller, & M. Roche (Eds.) Past Matters: Heritage and Planning History - Case Studies from the Pacific Rim. (pp. 8 - 32). Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
[Chapter]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, C., & Roche, M. (Eds.) (2007). Past Matters: Heritage and planning history - Case studies from the Pacific Rim. Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
[Edited Book]Edited by: Miller, C., Roche, M.
Dupuis, A., Blandy, S., & Dixon, J. (2012). Introduction. In Multi-owned Housing: Law, Power and Practice. (pp. 1 - 12).
[Chapter]Authored by: Miller, C., Roche, M.
Miller, CL.(2007). The unsung profession: A history of the New Zealand Planning Institute 1946-2002. Wellington, NZ: Dunmore Publishing
[Authored Book]Authored by: Miller, C.

Thesis

Ross, JM. (2010). The challenge of planning for urban residential environments under the Resource Management Act 1991. (Master's Thesis)
[Masters Thesis]Authored by: Ross, J.Edited by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (2000). Town planning in New Zealand 1900-1933: The emergent years. Concepts,the role of the state and the emergence of a profession.. (Doctoral Thesis, Massey University)
[Doctoral Thesis]Authored by: Miller, C.

Report

Miller, CL. (2009). Critical Histories: The history of the relationship between public health and urban planning in New Zealand 1840 - 1990.. Ministry of Health.
[Commissioned Report]Authored by: Miller, C.

Conference

Miller, CL. (2015). Public Attitudes to the Environment —Insights from the New Zealand Values Survey. The Proceedings of the 8th Making Cities Liveable Conference, 6th -7th July 2016, Melbourne, Australia. (pp. 139 - 152). Australia: 8TH Making Cities Liveable Conference 2015
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL.The Proceedings of the Rodney Davies Research Symposium. . Auckland
[Conference Other]Authored by: Miller, C.Edited by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL., & Millar, H. (2014). Māori Food Gardens – Revived Heritage and Community Resource,. The Proceedings of the 7th Making Cities Liveable Conference,. Brisbane, Australia: 7th Making Cities Liveable Conference
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL., & Millar, H. (2014, July). Māori Food Gardens – Revived Heritage and Community Resource,. Presented at 7th Making Cities Liveable Conference/Sustainable Transformation Conference,. Kingscliff, NSW.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (2013, June). Planning Positively for Ageing in New Zealand. Presented at The 6th Making Cities Liveable Conference/Sustainable Transformation Conference. Melbourne, VIC..
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (2013, March). Planninga nd Health - Opportunities for Partnership. Presented at Future Built Environments Conference. Auckland.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (2013). Planning Positively for Ageing in New Zealand. Proceedings of the th Making Cities Liveable & Sustainable Transformation Conference. (pp. 181 - 195). : 6th Making Cities Liveable & Sustainable Transformation Conference
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (2012). Learning from History: Planning history and planning education in New Zealand. In A. Gaynor, A. Gralton, & J. Gregory (Eds.) Urban transformations: Booms, busts and other catastrophes: Proceedings Australasian Urban History/Planning History Conference. (pp. 168 - 178). : Australasian Urban History/Planning History Conference
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL., & Luxmoore, I. (2012). The Problem of Recognition: An Exploration of the Establishment and Accreditation of a New Zealand Planning Programme. In T. Butts (Ed.) Proceedings of Australian and New Zealand Association of Planning Schools Conference. : Australian and New Zealand Association of Planning Schools Conference
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL.'The lack of competent planners in the Dominion': The Development of Planning Education in New Zealand 1926-1960.. Proceedings of 3rd World Planning Schools Congress (published on CDrom). (pp. 1 - 13). Perth, Australia: 3rd World Planning Schools Congress
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (2011). Planners and the consequence of change: dilemmas and challenges.. In M. Lockwood (Ed.) Congress proceedings of the Planning Institute of Australia 2011 national congress.. (pp. 1 - 10). Hobart, Australia: Critical mass: planning engages the world. Planning institute of Australia national congress
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, C. (2011). Planners and the consequences of change: Dilemmas and challenges. In . Michael Lockwood (Ed.) Congress Proceedings of the Planning Institute of Australia 2011 National Congress. (pp. 1 - 10).
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (2010). The Christchurch metropolitan planning scheme: a preliminary view. In D. Nichols, A. Hurlimann, C. Mouat, & S. Pascoe (Eds.) Proceedings of the 10th Australian Urban History, Planning History Conference. (pp. 368 - 376). Melbourne, Australia: Green Fields, Brown Foelds, New Fields 10th urban history, planning history conference.
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (2008). Pauatahanui by the sea: Planning for Wellington's growth. In L. Finch (Ed.) Seachange: New and Renewed Urban Landscapes. Proceedings of the 9th Australasian Urban History/Planning History Conference. (pp. unpaged - 11).
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (2007). Consuming partnerships: Informal partnerships through community markets. Proceedings of the New Zealand Planning Institute Conference: The Politics of Planning.
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (2007, March). Consuming partnerships: Informal partnerships through community markets. Presented at New Zealand Planning Institute Conference: The Politics of Planning. Palmerston North, NZ.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL., & Rosier, DJ. (2006, February). On the fringe of the land and the sea: Maritime planning in New Zealand 1977-1985. Presented at Past Matters: Heritage, History and the Built Environment: 8th Australasian Urban History / Planning History Conference. Massey University, Wellington, NZ.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL., & Roche, MM. (Eds.)(2006). Past Matters: Heritage, History and the Built Environment: Proceedings from the 8th Australasian Urban History / Planning History Conference. In Past Matters: Heritage, History and the Built Environment: Proceedings from the 8th Australasian Urban History / Planning History Conference. Massey University, Wellington, NZ: Massey University, School of People, Environment and Planning
[Conference Other]Edited by: Miller, C., Roche, M.
Miller, CL. (2006). Did the City Beautiful movement exist in New Zealand? A preliminary conclusion. In CL. Miller, & MM. Roche (Eds.) Past Matters: Heritage, History and the Built Environment: Proceedings from the 8th Australasian Urban History / Planning History Conference. (pp. 323 - 336).
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL., & Rosier, DJ. (2006). On the fringe of the land and the sea: Maritime planning in New Zealand 1977-1985. In CL. Miller, & MM. Roche (Eds.) Past Matters: Heritage, History and the Built Environment; Proceedings from the 8th Australasian Urban History / Planning History Conference. (pp. 335 - 347).
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL., & McDonald, G. (2005, April). Positive mentoring. Presented at New Zealand Planning Institute Conference 2005: Pushing the Boundaries. Auckland, NZ.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL., & McDonald, G. (2005, April). Positive mentoring. Presented at Recruitment and Retention of Planner Workshop. Auckland, NZ.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (2004). A prophet in a barren land: The New Zealand career of J. W. Mawson. 7th Australasian Urban History/Planning History Conference: The 21st Century City Past/Present/Future:. (pp. 258 - 271). Geelong, VIC
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (2004, February). A prophet in a barren land: The New Zealand career of J. W. Mawson. Presented at 7th Australasian Urban History/Planning History Conference. Deakin University, Geelong, VIC.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (2002). Transmission, reception of adaption:Concepts of town plannning 1900-26. In E. Haarhoff, D. Brand, & EA-R. Eds (Eds.) Sixth Australasian Urban History/Planning History Conference: Southern Crossings. (pp. 445 - 454). Auckland, NZ
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (2001). Protecting heritage in New Zealand: The case of Savage Crescent. In DSJ. Ed (Ed.) Australian ICOMOS National Conference 2001: 20th Century Heritage-Our Recent Cultural Heritage. (pp. 457 - 461). Burwood, VIC
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (2000). Images and reality: selling suburbia. 20th New Zealand Geographical Society Conference: Geography and the Millennium. (pp. 223 - 226). Hamilton, NZ
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL., & Roche, MM. (2000). Scientists and planners: Land use planning and regional planning initiatives in New Zealand 1929 to 1947. In C. Garnaut, & SH. Eds (Eds.) Fifth Australian Urban History Planning History Conference. (pp. 285 - 293). Adelaide, SA
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Miller, C., Roche, M.
Miller, CL. (2000). The city beautiful movement in New Zealand and the saga of the Auckland Civic Centre. In C. Garnaut, & SH. Eds (Eds.) Fifth Australian Urban History Planning History Conference. (pp. 276 - 284). Adelaide, SA
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (2000). New Zealand and the Resource Management Act: sustainable management or sustainable myth?. Habitus 2000: A Sense of Place. (pp. unpaged). Perth, WA
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Miller, C.

Other

Miller, CL. (2000). Cox, John Watson (1902-1984). (pp. 123 - 124). University of Auckland Press
[Other]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL. (2000). Northcroft , Anna Holmes (1913-1980). (pp. 377 - 378). University of Auckland Press
[Other]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL.Hammond, Reginold Bedford.
[Other]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL.Northcroft, Anna Holmes.
[Other]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL.Cox, John Watson, in Dictionary of New Zealand Biography..
[Other]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL.Cox, John Watson, in Dictionary of New Zealand Biography..
[Other]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL.Greenfield Sites, in Encyclopedia of Green Cities: an A-toZ Guide.. Sage Publications inc.
[Other]Authored by: Miller, C.
Miller, CL.Book Review: Unlearning the colonial cultures of planning by Libby Porter.. (pp. 67 - 68).
[Other]Authored by: Miller, C.

Consultancy and Languages

Consultancy

  • Jan 2009 - Dec 2099 - Public Health Advisory Committee
    The History of the Relationships between Public Health and Urban Planning in New Zealand 1840s -1990s: A Critical History
  • Jan 2011 - March 2011 - Land and Water Forum
    How the concept of collaboration could be integrated into RMA processes
  • Oct 2009 - Nov 2009 - Minister for the Environment’s Technical Advisory Group
    Notes to Assist the Resource Management Act Review Committee with regard to activity categories. .

Supervision and Teaching

Summary of Doctoral Supervision

Position Current Completed
Supervisor 0 1

Teaching

In addition to teaching university papers I have substantial experience indeveloping and delivering professional training programmes.

Courses Coordinated

Completed Doctoral Supervision

Supervisor of:

Media and Links

Media

  • 28 Jan 2015 - Newspaper
    Council seeks 'lazy land left idle for housing
    Commentary on the effecrs of RMA reforms on housing affordability.
  • 22 Jan 2015 - Online
    Science Media Centre
    Expert commentary on RMA changes.
  • 22 Jan 2015 - Radio
    Scrap the RMA says Planning Professor
    Interview on RMA ammendments on Checkpoint
  • 22 Jan 2015 - Radio
    Commentary on RMA changes
    Snippets of interview with Kate Newton about RMA changes played on news progrmess on 22 and 23/1/2015
  • 17 Nov 2014 - Magazine
    Letter to the Editor
    Letter re planning and housing affordability in NZ Listener

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