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We are on a mission to increase the density of existing towns and cities in Aotearoa-New Zealand through infill subdivision and development.

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The Benefits of Infill Development

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Increased population densities can result from increased dwelling densities, and are widely agreed to have both ecological and social benefits.

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An increased population concentration can improve personal safety as “natural” or
“informal” surveillance is generated.

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A more concentrated population provides a wider range of people with convenient
access to local businesses and facilities.

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If “well located and designed”, an intensified population can generate the “critical mass” necessary to support improved public transport systems

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Introducing a greater range of well designed housing options in existing suburbs can enhance social equity in a region and contribute towards a reduction in social problems.

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Well designed infill development can also lead to the conservation of resources, as it reduces the demand for greenfield development and associated urban sprawl

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