Jim Lunday speaking at Urbanism 2018

James Lunday, General Manager of Strategy and Regeneration Planning at Regenerate Christchurch is an Urban Designer/Urban Planner with 35 years’ experience. His strong background in Urban Planning and Design, Landscape Planning and Architectural design has enabled him to fully grasp the challenge of creating Urban Spatial Plans, Public Realm design, Masterplans, City Revitalisation Programmes, Retail Planning and leading the multi-disciplinary teams necessary to deliver better outcomes and infrastructure interventions.

James Lunday
James Lunday

James has been member of Manukau and Auckland Urban Design Panels and an Urban Design adviser to NZTA. He is the recipient of awards in architecture, planning, landscape, economic development and winning a competition in China for a New Town Design and in Kuwait for the Government Legal Institution Campus. James has worked in Europe, and continues to work in Australia, New Zealand, Pacific, South Africa, Kuwait, Sri Lanka and China. His most recent award was 2017 RAPI Award for Planning excellence for work undertaken in Western Australia.


Also speaking at the 2018 Urbanism NZ Conference is Ludo Campbell-Reid, Connal Townsend, Justin Lester, Adrienne Young-Cooper, Patrick Reynolds, Nigel McKenna, Christina van Bohemen and Dr Rebecca Kiddle in addition to Hon Phil Twyford, Minister of Housing and Urban Development.

Abstract Submissions Close Friday 9 February.

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The 2018 Urbanism New Zealand Conference is sponsored by the Wellington City Council, the NZ Urban Design Forum and Jasmax.


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