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The Greater Tokyo area has a population of 38 million – almost 60% more than the population of Australia. Yet Tokyo remains one of the world’s most liveable metropolises. How can Australian cities replicate this conjuring feat while retaining their own high levels of liveability?...
'Shaping our Cities' (1998) was the NSW Government's plan to address economic and population growth in the Greater Metropolitan Region.
This update to Adelaide's 2010 plan responds to new imperatives for the city, including an ageing population, changing housing preferences and the need for a more widespread public transport network.
This paper describes the planning of Elizabeth by the South Australian Housing Trust: especially planners' attempts to "improve" working-class residents through a proper arrangement of urban space.
This public lecture discussed the draft Central Sydney Planning Strategy 2012-2036. The strategy revises previous planning controls and attempts to deliver on the City of Sydney’s Sustainable Sydney 2030 program. The Strategy is the product of the most detailed review of city centre planning controls...
This exhibition celebrated the radical, but failed dreams of the 1900s to transform Adelaide into a leading world metropolis.
On Paper, at the UniSA Architecture Museum, was part of the city's first Festival of Architecture and Design.
Curator, Dr Julie Collins, shared some...
Two of the Commission’s first tasks are to prepare draft District Plans for exhibition before the end of 2016 and review the initial regional plan - A Plan for Growing Sydney before the end of 2017. So that all of these plans work together, we...
The Government’s vision for Sydney is: a strong global city, a great place to live. To achieve this vision, the Government has set down goals that Sydney will be:a competitive economy with worldclass services and transport; n a city of housing choice with...