Contextualising urban liveability in Bangkok, Thailand: Pilot project summary report

Alderton, A, Nitvimol, K, Laidlaw, J, Ryan, E, Davern, M, BUTTERWORTH, I and Badland, H 2018, Contextualising urban liveability in Bangkok, Thailand: Pilot project summary report, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia


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Title of report Contextualising urban liveability in Bangkok, Thailand: Pilot project summary report
Author(s) Alderton, A
Nitvimol, K
Laidlaw, J
Ryan, E
Davern, M
BUTTERWORTH, I
Badland, H
Year of publication 2018
Publisher RMIT University
Place of publication Melbourne, Australia
Subjects Health Information Systems (incl. Surveillance)
Urban and Regional Planning not elsewhere classified
Community Planning
Abstract/Summary The aims of this pilot project were to: 1) conceptualise urban liveability within the Bangkok, Thailand context; 2) identify alignment or divergence from other existing urban liveability tools; and 3) identify potential data sources and indicators for use within a Pilot Bangkok Liveability Framework.
Commissioning body VicHealth
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