Our world-leading research explores cutting-edge technologies and innovative solutions for a sustainable and equitable built environment.
The project partners with three regional NSW councils (Lithgow, Armidale and Parkes) for the development of a spectrum of ‘smart’ digital resources and strategies soon to be available to all regional NSW Councils. These tools will support Councils to assess and design smart places and strategies for local community benefit.
This project seeks to untangle the role of infrastructure, cultural attachment and emotional wellbeing on the perpetration of private car use.
As part of a city’s civic and commercial backbone, the university campus is a dynamic and contested space for economic and political development.
Learning from the smart cities of the South to inform the global smart urbanism discourse in post-pandemic recovery—with significant benefits in strengthening existing, and building new connections between India and Australia in an area of bilateral national significance.
Changes in both income and housing security potentially mark a significant rupture in the postwar social Australian settlement and evidence points towards a generational shift in both housing and employment pathways for millenials transitioning into independent living.