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12 December

Why The Failure of Employment Decentralisation Policy Is Good For The Economy

For the last decade the WA Department of Planning has progressively been introducing policy measures to decentralise employment across the Perth Metropolitan Region. This policy was formalised in Directions 2031 and Beyond, State Planning Policy 4.2: Activity Centres for Perth and Peel, and more recently, Perth and Peel@ 3.5 million. The rationale behind the decentralisation […]

21 November

Pracsys and City of Swan Scoop at the 2016 WA Planning Awards

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The City of Swan Strategy for an Aging Population by Pracsys and City of Swan have won the 2016 Planning Institute of Australia award for “Best Planning Ideas – Large Project”. The City of Swan have recognised the need for a strong, inclusive, implementable strategy to ensure their residents are able to enjoy an excellent […]

27 September

Value Capture Funding Potential

Following on from the ground-breaking value capture study conducted by Pracsys for the WA Department of Transport in 2015, a new study from the University of Queensland has confirmed the potential for 25% of rail infrastructure cost to be claimed back from property owners who experience an appreciation in the value of their land.  The […]

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