Paper for the New Zealand Planning Institute ‘Back to the Future’ Conference – 2015
A paper discussing how smart city principles and technology enable citizen co-creation in public policy-making, consent processing and service provision.
Sensing the Future – Laurence Sherriff
Paper for the Electricity Engineers Annual Conference: Delivering New Zealand’s Renewable Future – 2012
Delivering Renewable Energy Projects through Stakeholder Engagement – Laurence Sherriff
Presentation for the New Zealand Wind Energy Conference – 2010
Aquiring and Consenting Transmission Lines – Laurence Sherriff
Dowse to Petone Roading Upgrade Project – August 2009
Environmental Challenge gains recognition for their role in the Dowse to Petone Roading Upgrade Project
Dowse to Petone – D2P Update
Putting Property Owners First – 28 June 2009
A policy of putting property owners first has seen the green light given to a new 25 km electricity line through the Waikato – without a single appeal to the Environment Court.
Resourceful way gets consent
Environmental Challenge receives an “A Grade” – February 2009
Dowse to Petone Roading Project Receives an “A” Grade for Environmental Management on Site.
Site Audit Results for the Dowse to Petone Roading Project – Mike Robinson
Paper for the Electricity Engineers’ Annual Conference: A Climate for Change – 2008
Property and Town Planning Trends Affecting the Development of Electricity Infrastructure – Laurence Sherriff
Paper for the Electricity Engineers Annual Conference: Engineering – Our Future – 2007
Acquiring and Consenting Routes and Sites for Electricity Infrastructure – The Critical Success Factors – Laurence Sherriff