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Cities for the new millennium

May 2001 - Cities for the new millenniumHow do we cater for the ever-growing population? They need homes, materials, places to eat, schools, places to worship and all of those things that make a place to live into a community. Working out the best way to do so is partly the responsibility of the Property Council of Australia, who have kindly sponsored this month's feature. Many of these papers have come from the Property Councils' April 2001 Cities for the New Economy Leadership Summit.

Emerging Australian demographic trends
by Bernard Salt - 15/05/2001 - 1 comment
Smart growth: a toolkit for containing urban sprawl
by Gayle Berens - 15/05/2001
Celebration: a new model for community development
by Perry Reader - 15/05/2001
Community building: lessons for Australia
by Peter Katz - 15/05/2001
Towards an urban policy contract for Australia
by Bryan Moulds - 15/05/2001
Place-making: new approaches to commercial and retail centres
by John Richman - 15/05/2001
Place-making for today's commercial and retail centres
by Paris Rutherford - 15/05/2001
Australia is a nation of cities
by Carol Schwartz - 15/05/2001
Nation building and a national urban strategy
by Ross Elliott - 15/05/2001

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