Briefing outlining how important a long-term procurement strategy is for delivering high quality development. New development and urban regeneration can offer the potential to improve the quality and economic performance of existing places, create successful new places with their own distinctive identity – and help people live and work in a more environmentally sustainable way.
Successful master planning is the key to creating great places. A clear, considered masterplan developed by professionals and local people together can lead to the physical, social and economic revival of places.
The Design Guidelines for Government Buildings aim to identify and document best practice in a number of areas that will contribute to positive design outcomes for Queensland Government buildings. These Guidelines will assist clients and their design teams to understand the Government’s strategic objectives with respect to urban design outcomes and assist them to achieve much of what is required towards sustainable and high quality urban outcomes.
Research commissioned by the CNU to determine whether lending and investment practices make it difficult for New Urbanism development to obtain funding.
Briefing describing how evaluation and selection processes can be structured to deliver successful, well-designed places.