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Canberra is one of the most significant products of twentieth century planning. The conventional historiography of its origins divides into three successive phases but the aim of this paper is to recover this 'prehistory' of planning to give some insight into the state of early...
When the first peg was driven by King O’Malley on 20 February 1913 to start construction of Australia’s capital the work was based, not on the thoroughbred design of Griffin, but on a camel designed by a committee.
With self-government, a worldwide reputation as a beautiful, planned city, and a stable base of people and jobs, Canberra has achieved much. The time has come, not only for birthday congratulations, but also for a look to the future. In particular, we ask how the...
This metropolitan plan for Canberra was developed in 1984, following a review of the 1970 'Y-plan'.
The Canberra Plan (2004) included an Economic White Paper, The Canberra Social Plan and The Canberra Spatial Plan.
The Canberra Plan: Towards Our Second Century (2008) built on the original Canberra Plan (2004) and included new issues including climate change, water security, housing affordability and skills shortages.
In 1955, this Senate Select Committee asked the question 'is Canberra worthy of the National Capital?'
This paper highlights the economic and demographic constraints which were placed on the Commonwealth Government in its role as the planner and developer of Canberra during the first decade after the Second World War.
This report argues Canberra has an opportunity to become a centre of innovation in living infrastructure (LI) through integrated planning for urban climate adaptation.