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Improving the architecture of decision-making

Publications

2017

James, B. (2017). Getting the housing we say we want: Learning from the special housing area experience in Tauranga and the Western Bay of Plenty. Paper 1  National Policy and Initial Local Implementation. Report for Building Better Homes, Towns and Cities SRA: The Architecture of Decision-Making, Life as Lived Component. December 2017. Wellington: BBHTC

Murphy, L. (2017). Housing affordability, urban planning and Auckland !"s special housing areas. In: Howden-Chapman P., L Early & J. Ombler (eds.) Cities in New Zealand: Preferences, patterns and possibilities (pp. 67-78). Wellington: Steele Roberts Aotearoa.

Murphy, L. (2017). Land costs and affordability. Build 163, December 2017/January 2018, pp 59-60. Wellington: BRANZ.

Nandedkar, G. & White, I. (2017). Decoding housing messages. Build 163, December 2017/January 2018, pp 52-54. Wellington: BRANZ.

Saville-Smith, K. (2017). Investing in affordable homes. Build 163, December 2017/January 2018, pp 56-58. Wellington: BRANZ.

Saville-Smith, K. (2017). Thinking about the logics of affordable new build delivery: Some preliminary thoughts on the structural position of different types of new-builders. Report for Building Better Homes, Towns and Cities SRA: The Architecture of Decision-Making, June 2017. Wellington: BBHTC.

Saville-Smith, K., Saville-Smith, N. & Fraser, R. (2017). ADU Potential: Have we the potential to use our existing stock of homes to create a bigger stock of affordable, fit for purpose homes?. Report for Building Better Homes, Towns and Cities SRA: The Architecture of Decision-Making, December 2017. Wellington: BBHTC

2016

BBHTC. (2016). SRA development: Making the architecture of decisions work for better homes, towns and cities  SRA 1. Report for Building Better Homes, Towns and Cities SRA  The Architecture of Decision-Making, June 2017. Wellington: Author.

Saville-Smith, K., Saville-Smith, N. & James, B. (2016). Community housing providers, procurement and the building industry. Report ER21. ISSN: 2423-0839. Wellington: BRANZ

Presentations

James, B. (2017). Special Housing Areas: A practical pathway to livable homes?. Presentation to: Cities, Communities and Homes: Is the Urban Future Livable?, 22-23 June 2017, Derby.

Murphy, L. (2017). Calculative practices, affordable housing and the residential development process. Presentation to: Housing Theory Symposium, University of Sydney, 1-2 June 2017, Sydney.

Saville-Smith, K. (2017). Auckland !"s future: Dealing with ageing and our housing system. Presentation to: RIMU Insights, Auckland Council, 18 April 2017, Auckland.

Saville-Smith, K. (2017). Conversations for effective procurement. Workshop presentation to: CHA-Impact Conference, 7-9 June 2017, Wellington.

Saville-Smith, K. (2017). The logics of procurement in the community housing sector: Positives and potentials. Presentation to: CHA-Impact Conference, 7-9 June 2017, Wellington.

Saville-Smith, K. (2017). Unsustainable,  dysfunctional, and costly cities for an ageing New Zealand. Presentation to: New Zealand Sustainable Cities Seminar, 18 October 2017.

Saville-Smith, K., Cram, F. & James, B. (2017). Building the Future with Good Homes for the People. Workshop presentation to: Ngāi Te Rangi Housing Workshop, 28 November 2017.

Saville-Smith, K., White, I., Nandedkar, G., Dodd-Parr, F., James, B., Cram, F., Murphy, L. & Figenshow, S. (2017). The architecture of decision-making: Uncovering the dynamics that inhibit us getting the housing we all say we want. Presentation to: BBHTC Stakeholders and Researchers Conference, 5-6 September 2017, Christchurch.

Other media

Saville-Smith, K. (2017). Could hidden homes solve the housing crisis?, Nine to Noon Radio NZ interview with Kay Saville-Smith, 14 December 2017:

Further information

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