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The aim of the Dollars & Sense of Green Buildings report is to examine international case studies and local examples of buildings to demonstrate a strong business case for building green.
The focus of this submission is on the quality of the built environment and its importance for enhancing liveability.
This inquiry investigated the links between liveability and the competitiveness of the State, and consider ways in which the Government can best enhance Victoria’s status as an attractive, vibrant and inclusive place to live, while ensuring that sustainability issues are taken into account.
This report found that ‘green value’ impacts on property valuations through lower building operating costs, ease of sale and rent, tenant retention and improved overall occupancy rates.
The Canberra Plan: Towards Our Second Century (2008) built on the original Canberra Plan (2004) and included new issues including climate change, water security, housing affordability and skills shortages.
This report looked at ways to improve local economic development, or LED, specifically in Melbourne’s outer suburban interface – most of which is at the forefront of Victoria’s record population growth
This policy set out the principles used by the WAPC in determining applications for the subdivision of rural land.
This paper sets out to document the scale of Indigenous housing need as recorded in the most recent (2006) Census at a regional level and how this level of need changed between 2001 and 2006. What the results show is that the issue of Indigenous...
This white paper sets the strategic agenda for reducing homelessness to 2020. Its goals are to halve overall homelessness and offer supported accommodation to all rough sleepers who need it.