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Green Square Boost As Sydney’s population density increases inner city infrastructure is always under the spotlight. Green Square will soon be one of the most h...
Urban Development - Change is Constant
Urban development and change are constant partners and the associated problems and challenges are of a nature that cannot be solved neatly, once and for all. Ur...
Cities After Dark
Last week I looked at the most recent Global Liveability Index for 2018 published by The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU). Vienna topped the leading 10 cities,...
Global Liveability Index 2018
The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) has recently published its Global Liveability Index for 2018. The index has not received as much coverage as might be expe...
Urban Life with a 4-Day Week - Some Details
Back on August 21, I made some comments about the possible value and impact of a 4-day week on urban design and city living. My starting point was to suggest th...
Some Big Numbers In an AFR published list of Australia’s top private companies, three of the top ten spots were Building Construction. The three; Meriton, BGC &...
Urban Life with a 4-Day-Week - Logic or Dreaming
Traffic jams, overcrowded public transport, environmental issues, high energy prices, failing infrastructure, rising health costs and the quest for work-life ba...
Personal Touch Wins the Day In many aspects of marketing and business we hear a lot about the impact of AI, social media, the internet of things and lots of oth...
Multi-Million Dollar Home Gym It feels like everywhere you look these days there’s a new 24-hour gym opening and many apartment projects sport gym facilities. H...
Productivity Commission & Our Cities
First some brief background. The Productivity Commission was created as an independent authority by an Act of Federal Parliament in 1998 however, its roots go b...
Real Estate Market
Residential Market More Complex Than Ever
I’m asked many times a week how I would characterise the current health of the residential property market? The answer is never easy, the market is very convolu...
Sydney’s Traffic Congestion Infrastructure Australia quote the cost of congestion in Sydney is estimated to increase from around $6 billion in 2011 to $15 billi...
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