At Local Government Magazine we want to get a sense of the range of ideas out there. We’re interested in everything from minor incremental improvements through to the outright wacky paradigm-changing stuff. Then we’ll sift through it and write a piece for you to enjoy. One approach: start from first principles. Imagine you’ve just arrived in a new land with no government and no civil infrastructure. You have to build the ideal model for local and central government infrastructure development and management. You might consider who the communities of interest really are and the interdependencies between regions and the nation from a social and NZ Inc economic viewpoint. Imagine what New Zealand could be if we got all that lined up. All contributions will remain anonymous unless you indicate otherwise. A good starting place might be to consider the community and economic benefits released from a well-integrated and mutually-supportive local and central government, and we are not placing any word limits. Please send your thoughts to firstname.lastname@example.org. We would like all submissions by the end of April.
Reblogged this on Talking Auckland and commented:
For those inclined out there, ideas are being sought after with infrastructure development and management
Thanks Ben- much appreciated
Can you recommend anyone else who might assist here?
Hit up Transport Blog as they have one or two transport planners/engineers/economists etc that dabble that kind of stuff. I’ll go ping them now
Right you are- we’ll start the engines..
There is no word limit here- and we’d like to have all submissions with the editor by the end of April.