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This report compares recent spatial changes in population, jobs and commuting patterns for Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth, and investigates how these changes match up to the strategic planning goals for each city.
This paper reports the results of an econometric analysis of the choice between home owning and renting in Australia.
The relationship between transport, economic and spatial development is known to occur in two main directions. Firstly, existing land use and economic developments drive demand for transport in terms of quantity, type, location and mode. Secondly, transport investments and other initiatives guide patterns and locations...
People are spending more on services rather than goods, and so more people are working in services, generating high-value jobs in the centres of our big cities.
Policy, especially in housing, is struggling to keep up, as Grattan CEO, John Daley, shows in this...
The study examines whether the diminishing supply of affordable housing options for lower income central city workers is having an impact on central city businesses and on the overall productivity of those economies.
The papers presented at the 2015 State of Australian Cities National Conference (SOAC 7) were organised into seven broad themes but all shared, to varying degrees, a common focus on the ways in which high quality academic research can be used in the development and...
Provides a new interpretation of Sydney and Melbourne’s housing affordability crisis. It is based on new household and dwelling projections for Sydney and Melbourne for the period 2012 to 2022.
It's no secret that house prices in Australia are growing at an explosive rate, but what are the social costs of high house prices?
Housing is now seen as a key wealth generator and a driver of the economy. Has it always been seen...
New research shows high mobile and smart phone ownership among people experiencing homelessness, but staying connected is a struggle.
This project set out to research how a group of consumers – people experiencing homelessness – access and use mobile phones and...
Despite the plethora of rental research, a significant gap remains in understanding the relationship between rental housing and 'transport disadvantage'. This project analyses the changing spatial concentration of lower-income renter households in Melbourne and Sydney and connects this with changes in transport opportunity.