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Polynesian settlers transformed the native forests of the central Pacific islands into productive economic landscapes. Root crops came to dominate agronomic systems in many areas but arboriculture was the dominant mode of food production in some, and it is not well understood how these different...
The peak body representing Australia’s Development industry recommends actions that governments should take to resolve Australia’s housing affordability and supply problems.
The Urban Development Institute of Australia’s (UDIA) new National Policy Agenda identifies four key areas for reform – taxation, red tape, infrastructure, and...
The Advancing our cities and regions strategy is an innovative approach to renewing and repurposing surplus and underutilised state property to deliver better community outcomes, create jobs and drive economic growth. Property Queensland within the Department of State Development is working with government land-owning agencies...
In the 2005 F. Oswald Barnett Oration, Lyndsay Neilson argues that although demographic, cultural, behavioural and economic diversity are making it harder than ever to predict the urban and housing needs of the future, policy makers must face the responsibility of challenging the status quo,...
This report investigates the institutional, legislative and political parameters affecting the housing activities of local governments in New South Wales, Queensland and Victoria. It also identifies opportunities to enhance this involvement.
This draft District Plan sets out aspirations and proposals for Greater Sydney’s South District, which includes the local government areas of Canterbury-Bankstown, Georges River and Sutherland. It has been developed by the Greater Sydney Commission.