Kate Shaw

Conference paper

Melbourne Docklands: it's a class remake but it ain't classy

This paper examines the effects of gentrification and redevelopment on Melbourne's Docklands.
Conference paper

Public housing estate redevelopments in Australian inner cities and the meanings of social mix

This paper discusses the role of social mix in rationalising public-private financing arrangements, and reflects on the application of this model to other Australian inner city housing estates.

Transnational and temporary: students, community and place-making in central Melbourne

How does place-making - broadly defined as the practice of fostering community in place - occur when the majority of people in that 'community' are transnational rather than local in their orientation, and temporary rather than permanent in their settlement? This report looks at the...
Conference paper

Recognising tertiary students in place-making for urban spaces

This paper will review a range of approaches to place-making, identifying and discussing differences in housing provision and arrangement of public facilities and spaces for students in several overseas cities, including in Germany, Italy, Spain and California where practices vary substantially.