20 May 2013 | Resurrection of the local economy is crucial to getting communities back on track after a natural disaster, but this is often overlooked in favour of rebuilding physical infrastructure and getting a town back to ‘normal’ although key economic drivers may have been permanently altered.
30 April 2013 | This paper focuses on the relationship between the idea of culture and the different ways it is talked about in the contemporary world including the media, the academy, the creative professions and in public policy.
10 May 2013 | Using expert interviews and desk research to assess the growth and effectiveness of private finance in England, this research was commissioned by the Western Australian Government to describe and assess international models for financing the supply of affordable housing that use public subsidies and incentives to attract large scale commercial finance to the supply of affordable housing.
10 May 2013 |Commissioned by the Western Australian Government, this report is part of a research project that reviews international models using public subsidies and incentives to attract large scale commercial finance to supply affordable housing, in this case in Austria.
16 May 2013 | This positioning paper is the first output of a project that aims to uncover the uses, financial costs and risks of housing equity withdrawal (HEW) via alternative mechanisms by older Australians.
13 May 2013 | This article provides an introduction to the createED project – ‘the network idea’; its aims and aspirations – ‘the network ideal’; what transpired on the ground – ‘the network reality’, as well as where it is currently at and where it is headed – ‘the network evolution’.
13 May 2013 | This report presents the findings from the “Pathways to Climate Adapted and Healthy Low Income Housing” project undertaken by the CSIRO Climate Adaptation Flagship in partnership with two organisation.
13 May 2013 | This is the final report of a project that focused on the integration of mental health and drug and alcohol services for homeless people in two states and documented the mechanisms and effectiveness of such linkages.
13 May 2013 | This study found that Community Land Trust models have the potential to enhance tenure choices for Indigenous households in Australia provided a range of issues are addressed, including facilitating suitable leasehold arrangements, safeguarding Indigenous land tenure and providing adequate public subsidies.
09 May 2013 | Mega-events like the Olympic Games remain widely recognized as key opportunities for cities to accelerate large-scale urban development projects through the construction of extensive Olympic Villages complexes. However, in the current global financial climate, these debt-financed urban renewal strategies are fraught with risk for both public and private partners.
26 April 2013 | This ACIL Allen Consulting's report was jointly commissioned by the Australian and Northern Territory Governments. The project involved surveying tenants in remote Indigenous communities to better understand the impact of property and tenancy management reforms on residents.
30 November 2012 | This article considers ways in which changes in our media environment broaden what we think of as ‘media’, the contexts through which media are produced, used and circulated, and the emergent practices afforded by digital media.
10 November 2010 | Support is growing for the idea that broadband Internet access will lead society towards a digital economy and revolutionise access to work, health, education and other essential services.
21 January 2013 | Carey Lyon discusses how the urban environment can be used to create diverse spaces for both learning and research activities within the concept of a ‘vertical campus’ which aims to position students at the centre of the learning experience.
08 May 2013 | Privatised neighbourhoods and lifestyle migration are a global phenomenon. Increasingly, it seems, middle class people with sufficient capital are choosing to 'opt out' of urban environments, or, at least, to shield themselves from their more 'dangerous' elements, namely the poorer residents.
22 April 2013 | One of the leading fields of innovation in Australia has been the creative sector—advertising, architecture, film, TV, newspapers, software and digital content et cetera. Yet the innovation has largely been hidden from the public eye. That is, until now.