A 13,500 word thesis prepared in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the Master of Civic Design awarded by the University of Liverpool. It investigates whether walkability varies in a pair of streets that otherwise meet the criteria aligned with high walkability, but differ as to whether they are disconnected–or “stopped off”–at one end. The … Continue reading
A 2,587-word report for ENVS459 Implementing and Managing Change. It compares and contrasts the aims, objectives, timeframe, primary focuses, and prospects for success of the national planning documents of England, Scotland, and Wales. The report earned a 75, a distinction. Written in March 2017. 1. Executive Summary This report evaluates the three national planning policy documents … Continue reading
A 1,286-word essay for ENVS469 Trends Outcomes Impacts. It demonstrates the use of ArcGIS to plot the location of buildings, supermarkets, catchment areas, and population density and change. The essay received a 73, a distinction. Written in December 2016. 1. Introduction Supermarkets are an integral component of convenience provision, a key consideration of local planning … Continue reading
An 1,310-word essay for ENVS469 Trends Outcomes Impacts. Using two sets of analyses conducted with SPSS, the essay examines whether more compact communities in North West England have lower car ownership and higher public transportation usage. The essay earned a 72, a distinction. Written in November 2016. 1. Introduction Climate change has increased the focus … Continue reading
A series of posters created for Stage 3 the Design Proposal phase of ENVS439 Making Places. They present a land use, townscape, connectivity, landscape, and public realm site plans. The posters, along with a separate presentation, received a 73, a distinction. Prepared in December 2017.
A poster created with a team of three other students as part of the Stage 2 development appraisal assignment for ENVS439 Making Places. It highlights proposals to transform the neighborhood into a new St. James District. The poster, along with the separate report, presentation, and financial analysis for the Mill Corner building; earned a 72, … Continue reading
Posters created with a team of three other students as part of the Stage 1 area appraisal for ENVS439 Making Places. They describe the strengths, weaknesses, and opportunities for the area according to urban design principles. The entire assignment, which included a separate presentation, earned a 72, a distinction. Prepared in November 2016.
A report prepared with a team of five other students as part of the Stage 2 assignment for ENVS467 Spatial Planning in Action. It summarizes the findings from Stage 1, presents new Vision, Objectives, and Strategic Policies; proposes a set of management measures and actions, and provides illustrative projects and delivery plans. The report received … Continue reading
A report prepared with a team of five other students as part of the Stage 1 assignment for ENVS467 Spatial Planning in Action. It details the content in the original Mersey Estuary Management Plan that addressed climate change, the current policy context, findings from a stakeholder engagement, lessons from elsewhere, and presents findings from a … Continue reading
An essay for ENVS427 Making Plans. It critiques Calgary, Alberta’s Municipal Development Plan according to 10 criteria. The essay received an 80, a high distinction. Written in March 2017. 1. Introduction In September 2009, Calgary—a city in the Canadian province of Alberta, adopted a Municipal Development Plan (MDP) to establish 30—60-year development goals and comply … Continue reading