Christopher J. Pettit
Bondi to Byron: the diverging experiences of rental and home-buyer markets in urban and regional NSW during the COVID-19 pandemic
This paper examines the diverging stories of the COVID-19 pandemic inspired impact on Greater Sydney and the Rest of NSW’s rental and home-buyer markets through a multi-scale data analysis approach that triangulates tourist activity, investor sales, and property/rental prices
From design vision to economic feasibility: using a data-driven approach
Trends suggest that 60% of all new dwellings will be built in established Sydney's middle suburbs characterised by houses reaching the end of their lifecycle. This paper presents and evaluates a case study illustrating the tension between design envisioning and its economic feasibility in market-driven...
Integration of 3D objects and terrain for 3D modelling supporting the Digital Twin
3D modelling of precincts and cities has significantly advanced in the last decades, as we move towards the concept of the Digital Twin. Many 3D city models have been created but a large portion of them neglect representing terrain and buildings accurately. Very often the...
Mapping the CRCLCL data landscape
In this report, the data assets created from research projects undertaken by the Cooperative Research Centre for Low Carbon Living were reviewed by City Futures Research Centre. Options for management, archiving and publication were identified and arrangements put in place for datasets where appropriate. No...
The potential of new technologies to disrupt housing policy
This study examined disruptive digital technologies, investigating their potential for reshaping housing markets and reconfiguring housing policy. It provides housing policy makers and practitioners with a nuanced understanding of how technology is already restructuring housing markets and affecting housing assistance programs, as well as insights...