Associate Professor Caroline Miller
Dr Caroline Miller is a former planning practitioner and now Associate Professor in the Planning Programme in the School of People, Environment and Planning at Massey University, Palmerston North. She is a Fellow of the NZPI and served as a NZPI Board member for 7 years. Her research interests are primarily focused on the development of town planning and the planning profession in New Zealand and the practice of planning under the RMA.. She has published widely through journals and book chapters. She has also produced books on the history of the NZPI, The Unsung Profession, on New Zealand’s experience of instituting sustainability, Implementing Sustainability: The New Zealand Experience and a biography of New Zealand’s first Director of Town Planning, Reginald Hammond. In 2017 she was the co-editor and contributor to Planning Practice in New Zealand, which won the NZPI’s John Mawson Award of Merit in 2018.