Neighbourhood Liveability Assessment of Shepparton: The application of indicators as evidence to plan for a healthy and liveable regional city.

Davern, M, Roberts, R and Higgs, C 2018, Neighbourhood Liveability Assessment of Shepparton: The application of indicators as evidence to plan for a healthy and liveable regional city., RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia


Document type: Commissioned Reports
Collection: Commissioned Reports

Title of report Neighbourhood Liveability Assessment of Shepparton: The application of indicators as evidence to plan for a healthy and liveable regional city.
Author(s) Davern, M
Roberts, R
Higgs, C
Year of publication 2018
Publisher RMIT University
Place of publication Melbourne, Australia
Subjects Health Promotion
Community Planning
Urban Design
Abstract/Summary The primary objective of the Neighbourhood Liveability Assessment was to gain a better understanding of liveability within neighbourhoods across Shepparton. The secondary objective was to provide evidence of liveability that could be applied to inform and evaluate major long term policy and planning initiatives planned within and across Council, DHHS and key partners.
Commissioning body Victorian Department of Health and Human Services
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