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Leaving Minto: a study of the economic and social impacts of public housing estate redevelopment

1 Mar 2005
Description

This research aims to fill a number of gaps in understanding the public housing urban renewal process in New South Wales. These include:

- Bringing the voices of those most affected by the urban renewal process to the centre of policy considerations;

- Providing a more detailed review of the immediate and longer-term social and economic impacts on the residents in public housing estates undergoing urban redevelopment, of which Minto is the first major example in NSW;

- Providing a more detailed understanding of the decisions and processes that affect urban renewal as it is currently being played out in estates such as Minto;

- Making a contribution to reflections on the future sustainability of the public housing sector in NSW, including the net costs or benefits to the immediate and wider community of these policies 

 

Publication Details
Publication Place: 
Sydney
Published year only: 
2005
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