Clare M Mouat
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Symbolic violence and victimization in planning processes: A reconnoitre of the New Zealand Resource Management Act
M Gunder, C Mouat
Planning Theory 1 (2), 124-145, 2002
732002
The problem is the solution: Testing agonistic theory's potential to recast intractable planning disputes
C Mouat, C Legacy, A March
Urban Policy and Research 31 (2), 150-166, 2013
542013
Limits and potentials to deliberative engagement in highly regulated planning systems: Norm development within fixed rules
C Legacy, A March, CM Mouat
Planning Theory & Practice 15 (1), 26-40, 2014
302014
Reviewing the Auckland ‘super city’: Towards an ongoing agenda for evaluating super city governance
C Mouat, J Dodson
Australian Planner 50 (2), 138-147, 2013
232013
Activating smart work hubs for urban revitalisation: evidence and implications of digital urbanism for planning and policy from South-East Queensland
B Buksh, CM Mouat
Australian planner 52 (1), 16-26, 2015
162015
Towards better recognising ‘community’in multi-owned property law and living
R Leshinsky, CM Mouat
International Journal of Housing Markets and Analysis, 2015
122015
Bodies corporate and housing intensification in Auckland: a preliminary assessment
A Dupuis, J Dixon, P Lysnar, C Mouat
Report for the Auckland Regional Council, Auckland City Council, North Shore …, 2002
112002
Planning in the face of immovable subjects: A dialogue about resistance to development forces
A Inch, L Laurian, C Mouat, R Davies, B Davy, C Legacy, C Symonds
Planning Theory & Practice 18 (3), 469-488, 2017
102017
Rethinking Community in Planning: A Review of the Role of Planners and Citizens in Building Strong Communities.
C Mouat
52010
Body corporate: Prospects for private urban governance in New Zealand
J Dixon, A Dupuis, P Lysnar, C Mouat
International Conference on Private Urban Governance. Institute of Geography …, 2002
52002
The rise (and rise) of vertical studentification: Exploring the drivers of studentification in Australia
M Holton, CM Mouat
Urban Studies 58 (9), 1866-1884, 2021
32021
“Networked coalitions” as metropolitan governance: Lessons from the emergence of Australia’s Committees for Cities and Regions
TJ Sigler, CM Mouat, G Searle, K Martinus
Journal of Urban Affairs 43 (1), 182-200, 2021
22021
New ways to think about conflict resolution for more harmonious strata living
R Leshinsky, C Mouat
Planning News 38 (2), 13-14, 2012
22012
The social and ecological values of native gardens along streets: A socio-ecological study in the suburbs of Perth
N Pauli, C Mouat, K Prendergast, L Chalmer, CE Ramalho, E Ligtermoet
Report for the Clean Air and Urban Landscapes Hub (CAUL), Melbourne, Australia, 2020
12020
Super-size my governance: A review of super-city reforms to spatial planning governance in Auckland compared with Brisbane/South East Queensland.
C Mouat
5th State of Australian Cities National Conference, 29 November–2 December …, 2011
12011
(Un) earthly governance: beyond functional frameworks to flourishing spacescapes
CM Mouat, EJE Techera, L Notebaert, M Blake, R Barker
Journal of Property, Planning and Environmental Law, 2021
2021
Perspectives on understanding and measuring the social, cultural and biodiversity benefits of urban greening: Discussion paper
N Pauli, C Maller, L Mata, L Farahani, L Porter, L Arabena, M Davern, ...
Clean Air and Urban Landscapes Hub, 2020
2020
Governance by re-bordering: Comparing the rescaling of territorial boundaries as a spatial governance strategy in Auckland, Brisbane/South East Queensland, Vancouver, London …
C Mouat, J Dodson
Planning Across Borders in a Climate of Change, 107-122, 2020
2020
Connecting the green dots: Enabling micro-scale participatory mapping and planning for citizen stewards of biodiversity
N Pauli, C Mouat, M Atkins, J Föllmer, CE Ramalho, E Ligtermoet
EGU2020, 2020
2020
Towards better recognising ‘community’in multi-owned property law and living
MN Johnston, R Leshinsky, CM Mouat
International Journal of Housing Markets and Analysis, 2015
2015
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