Conference

8th State of Australian Cities National Conference, 28-30 November 2017, Adelaide, South Australia

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Conference paper

18 Jun 2018

While the Australian Architecture profession has relatively quickly incorporated and accepted Building information modelling (BIM) as part of its normal work flow and practises, the Australian landscape architecture profession has been less than accepting of BIM it as a management model. This problem is exacerbated...

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18 Jun 2018

Estimating the distribution of domestic water consumption among households is important for establishing baselines against which policy success can be measured. Estimates of this kind are typically produced using household surveys. This study aimed to investigate how simple heuristic estimates of water consumption and surveys...

Conference paper

18 Jun 2018

Australian capital cities are among the most expensive in the world, and the persistent shortage of affordable housing is a significant driver of housing overcrowding, particularly in the private rental sector. Health and wellbeing issues arise from closer contact between household members including increased spread...

Conference paper

18 Jun 2018

The paper aims to reflect upon the findings from a face-to-face household survey in Fairfield, one of the disadvantaged areas in Sydney undertaken as a part of the PhD thesis. Previously, the preliminary household survey findings (Sajan, 2013) and detailed findings and early discussion of...

Conference paper

18 Jun 2018

As cities are recognised as hotspots for biodiversity, urban greening interventions are becoming more important. Such initiatives are promoted as having multiple benefits for nonhumans and humans alike, infused with narratives of climate change adaptation and positive health outcomes. Yet little research has critically examined...

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