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Ian Sinclair

Conference paper

Growing food in a residential landscape

Using the Sydney peri-urban area as a case study, it will be shown that this food is grown in a landscape that is mostly rural residential in use. The juxtaposition of rural residential land use to food production creates land use conflict.
Conference paper

Feeding the city – food production on the fringe and within the urban area

This presentation aims to address the issues of rural residential development in food production. it will outline these various food production areas with reference to case studies and photos from Australia, Canada, United Kingdom and United States of America.
Conference paper

From the outside looking in – planning and land management in Sydney’s fringe

This paper explores the major issues arising in Sydney’s rural-urban fringe, particularly from the perspective of Sydney’s fringe from the outside looking in rather from the inside looking out.