Lyndsay Neilson


Managing urban change: the need for diversity and choice in housing and urban development

In the 2005 F. Oswald Barnett Oration, Lyndsay Neilson argues that although demographic, cultural, behavioural and economic diversity are making it harder than ever to predict the urban and housing needs of the future, policy makers must face the responsibility of challenging the status quo...
Working paper

Metropolitan planning in Australia: the instruments of planning - regulation

This paper looks at regulation as the primary instrument of planning in Australia. It examines some of the strengths and weaknesses of statutory processes and regulations, analyses their success in achieving urban policy objectives.