341 Works

Arrested (re)development? Will multi-owned properties effect urban redevelopment in Auckland?

Craig Fredrickson

Understanding adaptive reuse diversity: heritage, brownfield sites and obsolete buildings

Gillian Armstrong

Urban wind comfort design guidelines: metrics, tools and application in Australian cities

Ehsan Sharifi, Farzin Ghanadi, Takahiro Tanaka & Maziar Arjomandi

Local government level climate change adaptation and disaster resilience in Queensland

Aysin Dedekorkut-Howes

Rethinking planning policy in an age of limits

Paul McFarland

“Holiday home-sharing”: Airbnb, housing markets, and implications for planning

Nicole Gurran & Peter Phibbs

Serious Offenders Bill 2018

Alice Petrie

Analysis & Policy Observatory (APO)

Analysis & Policy Observatory (APO) is an award-winning, open access knowledge hub and information service providing easy access to policy and practice research and resources.

Full-stack engagement: vertical integration and process-precursors that promote bottom-up urban transformation

Stephen Glackin & Ori Gudes

The evolution of design excellence policy in the planning of central Sydney 2000-2016

Robert Freestone, Sarah Baker, Gethin Davison & Richard Hu

Trying to stay local in Sydney's 'global arc': social housing tenant perspectives

Laura Wynne

Urban green spaces in Australian cities: social inclusion and community participation

Judy Bush & Andréanne Doyon

Motivations and constraints of smart work in the public sector: evidence from the Australian Capital Territory government

Edmund Chylinski & Richard Hu

Housing senior Australians: three typologies of senior cohousing

Laura Wynne, Chris Riedy, Kylie McKenna, Matthew Daly & Caitlin McGee

From undetermined to over-determined space: public/private interface in residential back-laneways

Miza Moreau

Can regional restructuring be socially inclusive? The case of Northern Futures in Geelong, Victoria

Louise Johnson

Aspirations of residents from culturally diverse backgrounds moving to MPEs in newly emerging suburbs

Christian Roggenbuck

Cyber safety in remote Aboriginal communities: final report

Ellie Rennie, Tyson Yunkaporta & Indigo Holcombe-James

Urban structure, commuting burdens, and productivity of urban labor markets in Australian city

Tiebei Li

What’s best for the west? Plan Melbourne 2017-2050 and alternative transport futures for Melbourne’s western suburbs

Iain Lawrie, John Stone & Ian Woodcock

Toward a framework for walkable and bikeable coastal Australian communities

Anthony McCosker

Is social-ecological resilience a new frame for environmental and urban policy?

Kathryn Davidson, Brendan Gleeson & Alison Whitten

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