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Urban and Regional Planning

This cluster of work is being developed to explore the role of urban and regional planning in providing appropriate infrastructure for sport and recreation and the allocation of adequate open space in new and existing communities. CSRR projects are informing Department of Planning and Department of Sport and Recreation policy in Western Australia – in particular active green space (playing fields) allocations for new suburbs.

Principal Projects:

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Active Open Space
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Coastal Aquatic Activity Study
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Impacts of Decreasing Backyard Size
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Social Value of Green Space in a Drying Climate
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Parklands Pavilion Writing Group
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Urban Sport and Public Space
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Understanding and Comparing Different Public Land Use Values
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Profiling Communities
Waterman's Beach, WA
Perth Coastal Recreational Use Study
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Curtin Sport and Recreation Strategy

Complementary Projects:

Climate Change
Right to Roam
Recreation Reform Agenda
Active Workplaces
Re-imagining Sport Delivery Within the Communities of Western Australia
Active Buildings