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Examining community needs and wants for an age-friendly, intergenerational city

A report for the City of Clarence
Urban planning Amenity Public spaces Youth unemployment Community participation Community engagement Ageing population Youth Older people Social inclusion Tasmania

This report examines the features of an age-friendly community, with a focus on the City of Clarence (Tasmania, Australia).

The report notes the contextual features of the City of Clarence, and creates a new framework for an age-friendly Clarence. It aims to provide the Clarence City Council with the information required to inform and drive decision-making regarding inclusive age-friendly community infrastructure, design, regulation, engagement, and initiatives.

Drawing on qualitative data from younger and older people, the report presents a number of recommendations for age-friendly communities/ cities.

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