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Researchers warn ‘Treeless’ Suburbs Put People’s Health at Risk

Posted: December 7th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: GREEN, Urban Planning | Tags: , , , | Comments Off on Researchers warn ‘Treeless’ Suburbs Put People’s Health at Risk

Researchers warn 'Treeless' Suburbs Put People's Health at Risk

Urban planners and researchers warn increasing housing density in Australian cities must not be at the expense of tree cover and its cooling benefits.

A pilot study done by a team from the University of Melbourne warned “treeless” outer suburbs were a risk to health and wellbeing :: Read the full article »»»»


Apartment Demand Increases as Baby Boomers Fight Gen Y For Life-style

Posted: November 27th, 2013 | Author: | Filed under: Apartment Stalker, Australian Home Prices, Real Estate News | Tags: , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Apartment Demand Increases as Baby Boomers Fight Gen Y For Life-style

Baby Boomers vs Gen YOne of the most significant social changes in the past 30 years has been our aging population, over the coming decades this aging will polarize, affecting not only the lifestyle choices of the greying population, but the economy of successive generations as well. As Baby Boomers seek to downsize responsibility, are they biting at chunks of the property market also sought-out by Gen Y?

A decade ago a house on a quarter acre block might  have been the dream lived out by the average Aussie Baby Boomer, but new research suggests they are increasingly looking at apartment living, the same corner of the market chased by their grandchildren.

Policy-makers, planners and developers need to get creative as two generations converge on the same portion of an already under-stress property market.

The Australian Bureau of Statistics – ABS – projects that population growth will see an even higher demand on housing, the converging generations – Baby Boomer vs Gen Y – has the potential to kick-start a steep rise in apartment prices unless developers start planning for seriously increased demand :: Read the full article »»»»