Tag: urban planning
Australian governments have always wanted thriving regional cities, but policy innovations with this goal in mind have a bad history.
Living, working and playing in the one neighbourhood has often been touted as the ideal outcome for well-planned cities.
As we emerge from COVID-19 lockdowns, it is timely to reflect on how the design of our neighbourhoods and the ways we interact with them affect our lived experience.
We’re building a lot of apartments in Australia. High-density precincts are being developed across our major cities.
People bring cities to life. They interact, work, socialise and travel. Without this, cities are just collections of buildings and infrastructure. This relationship is now on hiatus all over the world.
The long-term impacts of coronavirus on our cities are difficult to predict, but one thing is certain: cities won’t die.
More than half of Australians over the age of 55 are open to downsizing, according to a new report based on a survey of 2,400 households.
In case you missed it, 2018 was designated the Year of the Kerb by Sabrina Sussman, Zipcar’s public partnerships manager. This is because competition...