Change and continuity in peri-urban Australia, peri-urban case study: Bendigo corridor monograph 2

Buxton, M, Tieman, G, Bekessy, S, Budge, T, Butt, A, Coote, M, Lechner, A, Mercer, D, O'Neill, D and Riddington, C 2007, Change and continuity in peri-urban Australia, peri-urban case study: Bendigo corridor monograph 2, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia


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Title of report Change and continuity in peri-urban Australia, peri-urban case study: Bendigo corridor monograph 2
Author(s) Buxton, M
Tieman, G
Bekessy, S
Budge, T
Butt, A
Coote, M
Lechner, A
Mercer, D
O'Neill, D
Riddington, C
Year of publication 2007
Publisher RMIT University
Place of publication Melbourne, Australia
ISBN 978-1-921166-75-4
Subjects Urban and Regional Planning not elsewhere classified
Abstract/Summary This monograph is the second in a series of four monographs on peri-urban issues funded by Land and Water Australia and the Commonwealth Department of Environment and Heritage. This publication is a case study of the Bendigo regional corridor in Victoria A companion case study of the Extended Western Corridor to the west of Brisbane was prepared by the Griffith University School of Environment and Planning. Together these two case studies attempt to apply the scoping study of peri-urban areas published in monograph one of this project to two major Australian peri-urban regions. They identify and analyse spatial, land use, environmental, natural resource, social and economic trends; identify governance, institutional, policy and management arrangements and evaluate their adequacy; and examine the implications of change for future land use and land management.
Copyright Statement Copyright 2007 Michael Buxton, George Tieman, Sarah Bekessy, Trevor Budge, Andrew Butt, Matthew Coote, Alex Lechner, Dave Mercer, Danny O’Neill, Curtis Riddington
Commissioning body Land and Water Australia
Commonwealth Department of Environment and Heritage.
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