Jim Dart Urban Planning Prize

A Prize for the student who submitted the best dissertation in URBPLAN 715 relating to environmental, conservation, resilience or sustainability issues.

About the scholarship

Application status: No application required
Applicable study: URBPLAN 715
Opening date:
Closing date: By nomination
For: Prize
Number on offer: One
Offer rate: Annually
Value: $1,200

This Prize was established in 2019 in memory of Jim Dart (1928-2018), lecturer in Town Planning 1962-1993. While lecturing at the University of Auckland, he founded the Town Planning Quarterly and after retiring became a commissioner on the Planning Tribunal (later the Environment Court).

The main purpose of the Prize is to support emerging planners by recognising and rewarding the student enrolled in the Masters of Urban Planning (Professional) who completed the best dissertation dealing with environmental, conservation, resilience or sustainability issues.


How to apply

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