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Wednesday November 14, 2018

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How Millennials Are Changing the Suburbs
Residential
Tuesday June 7 2016

How Millennials Are Changing the Suburbs

As the largest generation worldwide, Millennials are remaking the world in the way the Baby Boomers did before them. One of their most important projects: changing...

Creating Humane and Affordable Cities
Urban Planning
Wednesday May 25 2016

Creating Humane and Affordable Cities

As the world continues to urbanise, the most desirable cities are becoming increasingly unaffordable for average income people. Eye-popping rents in Melbourne and San Francisco, for...

Channelling the Kinetic Energy of Urban Pedestrian Footfall
Technology
Monday April 18 2016

Channelling the Kinetic Energy of Urban Pedestrian Footfall

A new paving technology could transform pedestrian footfall into a major source of renewable energy for heavily frequented urban thoroughfares.

Creating Affordable, Walkable Neighbourhoods
Urban Planning
Monday January 4 2016

Creating Affordable, Walkable Neighbourhoods

According to Australia’s 2011 Census, 88.9 per cent of Australians live in urban areas. Those areas are defined as the built-up areas of towns and cities...

New Trends Leaving the Grey Cities of Yesteryear Behind
Urban Planning
Tuesday October 27 2015

New Trends Leaving the Grey Cities of Yesteryear Behind

The collision of urbanisation with sustainability has created a dynamic scene for urban planning.

Dublin to Banish Cars from its City Centre
Urban Planning
Friday July 10 2015

Dublin to Banish Cars from its City Centre

Dublin is resorting to drastic measures to address the problem of worsening traffic congestion in its city centre.