Nearly two-thirds of suburbs in one major part of Sydney have no food stores at all. And in those that do, unhealthy food outlets outnumber healthy ones by more than six to one.
The rise of these micromobility services could help solve some major challenges facing our cities.
UNSW and partners launch a data-driven toolkit that rapidly calculates property valuations to inform urban development.
The Institute brings together diverse perspectives, expertise and experiences to solve the biggest challenges facing our cities.
Engaging communities on water quality testing and stormwater management promotes cultural ownership and investment in sustainable water practices.
The benefits of more cycling infrastructure pedal themselves, says a UNSW urban design expert.
The project will upskill regional councils to reap benefits of ‘smart places’.
For the areas of cities with less than 10 per cent green space, increasing that to 30 per cent could cut the overall odds of residents becoming lonely by a quarter.
The emergence of these pseudo-public spaces raises fundamental questions about the value of a public domain that is by the public, for the public.
Increasingly hostile designs are emerging to keep members of the public out of public space.