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From the Blog

23 March

Sydney Is Back Among The Top Ten Most Expensive Cities In The World

The Economist Worldwide Cost of Living survey that compares the relative cost of living across 133 cities sees Singapore retain its title as the world’s most expensive city for the fifth consecutive year. Top ten is largely dominated by major Asian and European cities, with Singapore, Hong Kong (4th), Sydney (10th) and Seoul (6th) competing […]

10 May

Smart Cities and Suburbs Program

Round one of the Smart Cities and Suburbs Program is open until 30th June 2017. The release of the Smart Cities Plan by the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, and recent launch of the new Smart Cities and Suburbs Grant Program, reflects a national focus on community projects involving innovation and technology. A […]

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 […]

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