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Dr David Galloway and Dr Mike Mouritz from Curtin University have been researching new governance models for collaborative investment in urban renewal to create “good places”.

As well as working best at a precinct scale, we consider the creation of “good places” requires action from three directions – firstly, a locally relevant definition of a “good placeā€; secondly, a broad range of interventions not only in planning and architecture but also in building civil society; and thirdly, a diverse suite of resources to support the interventions.  

From this analysis, fifteen criteria are developed that can be used to evaluate governance frameworks that are commonly used to drive urban renewal and place development.Creating resilient urban places works best at the precinct level.  

Would you like to talk about your project and how to make it sustainable?

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