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Dynamics in the housing market can be simulated using agent-based modelling. Focusing on the theme of urban regeneration, we present a housing market model framework which explores the causal relationships that occur in this market.
This paper analyses the problems of urban planning in Western democracies and explores methods to make the planning process more equitable.
This Issues Paper discusses the relationship between citizen participation and social exclusion.
This paper begins by examining how economic models have developed over time to define the boundaries of cost and value in building. How value is variously described in other fields is compared, and the technique of value management as a good design tool is analysed....
This paper presents the findings of a research study which investigated and evaluated the housing related regional assistance measures in the European Union, the United Kingdom and the United States and draws implications for Australian policy makers.
This document draws together key research from the UK and abroad to show that investment in good design generates economic and social value.
Mike Berry, Christine Whitehead, Peter Williams and Judith Yates critically compare the debates, research findings and policy developments directed towards attracting private investment into affordable housing provision in Australia and the UK.
This guide aims to provide auditors with an understanding of the value of good design in construction, and a firm basis for examining whether good design has been achieved in a particular project.
The cost of bad design is a clarion call. There is no excuse for bad design, and no reason to accept poor standards, yet exemplary buildings remain the exception. The buildings and spaces being constructed now will shape the way our towns and cities function...
Over the past thirty years, private investment in the provision of social and affordable housing has increased significantly in the United Kingdom. The reverse is true in Australia, according to this AHURI Research & Policy Bulletin.