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This paper describes the suburban ideal, explains its historical development and compares the Australian suburb with its counterpart in other countries such as the United States and Great Britain.
In a recently published study of housing in the EC countries, Roger Quilliot, the French socialist former Minister of Housing, refers to the high level of poverty and housing need in Europe (Ghekiere, 1991). Fifty million of the EC's 337 million population are poor and...
Written at a time of major change for the sector, following the announcement in August 1992 of a new Community Housing Program, this paper reviews the current state of community housing in Australia.
This issue focuses on regional policy in Western Australia: ranging from the development of an innovatory industrial estate and promotion of the remote North-West, to small business promotion and local government reorganisation.
This article offers brief comments on the key recommendations of the Industry Commission report of 1993 which focused on impediments to regional development in Australia.
In 1993, the (then) Industry Commission reported on impediments to regional adjustment of industry, and on ways of facilitating the efficient movement of people and businesses within and between regions.
This article discusses funding arrangements for RDOs arguing that insecure funding has a deleterious effect on staff and governments.
This article explores a range of practical study design considerations that need to be addressed if bottom-up input is to be effectively engaged in the regional development planning process.
This paper provides an overview of development policies and practices adopted by governments in Western Australia.