Can Network City Deliver a Sustainable Urban Future?
This paper describes the new planning strategy for Perth, Western Australia. We argue that the strategy introduces a new sustainable planning framework to Perth involving previously unrepresented stakeholders.
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International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, Volume 2, Issue 3, pp.87-94.
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Carey Curtis is an Associate Professor in land use and transport planning at Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Western Australia. She is a Commissioner on the Western Australian Planning Commission, and also on the Transport Committee. Her research interests focus on sustainable transport and include the areas of transport policy, travel behaviour, travel demand management, land use and transport integration. Carey is a member of the Planning Institute Australia and the Royal Town Planning Institute, UK.
Tim Perkins has worked at ECU since 1999 and is currently Course Co-ordinator for Environmental Science. He teaches environmental management, environmental planning and GIS.
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