The Value of Student Projects in Real-World Planning Situations: A Case Study of Curtin University Boat Club

Research Report

Project:

Place-making at Curtin Rowing Club – Planning Report

Authors:

Dr Isaac Middle, Professor Marian Tye

Published:

2017

This report summarises the findings of a research project undertaken by 4th year Curtin University School of Built Environment students in the second half of 2017. It is presented as a case study of the potential of student projects to be catalysts for conversations, collaboration and creative thinking around real-world planning situations.

This case study deals specifically with the Curtin University Boat Club (CUBC), located on the edge of Sandon Park on Waterford Foreshore. The case study area extended to include the residential area of Waterford and Curtin University Bentley Campus.

How to cite:

Isaac Middle and Marian Tye (2017). The Value of Student Projects in Real-World Planning Situations: A Case Study of Curtin University Boat Club. Centre for Sport and Recreation Research, Curtin University. Perth, Western Australia.

Partners

School of Built Environment, Curtin University
Curtin University Boat Club
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