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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 essay traces the history of Melbourne's alte nineteenth-century boom and bust—tracking the building cycle, explaining the city's slow recovery, and paying close attention to participants.
A long-standing debate over the nature and merits of 'rational comprehensive' versus 'incrementalist' models of public decision-making is continued in the papers on their application to planning by Max Neutze and John Mant. Neutze reviews the post-war optomistic rise of comprehensive planning, and its subsequent...
This working paper reviews varied methods of funding physical infrastructure and examines the merits of alternative funding sources.
This paper asks what can ameliorate or resolve complex urban and regional problems and inequality? Can urban and regional policy make a difference?
The lack of adequate services and facilities in rural and remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities has rightly received a great deal of attention in recent years and, while marked improvements have been made, housing and infrastructure developments still fall far short of the...
This paper argues that the growth of long term residence in relocatable dwellings will help polarise Australia into housing rich and housing poor.