This article explores the considerations and workings of local-indigenous (mana whenua) autonomy in urban design, using the Te Ara Mua – Future Streets project as an example. We primarily focused on mana whenua perspectives and found that developing capacity is necessary for effective engagement and that co-design approaches have broader implications for indigenous sovereignty and health equity. More importantly, in settler-cities like Tāmaki Makaurau/Auckland, community streetscape enhancement must  include strategies for re-indigenising the landscape. Access
Raerino, K., Macmillan, A., Field, A., & Hoskins, R. (2021). Local-Indigenous Autonomy and Community Streetscape Enhancement: Learnings from Māori and Te Ara Mua—Future Streets Project. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 18(3), 865.