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Living in Place: Learnings and applications

Living in Place: Learnings and applications

This document presents three examples where Australian councils are using the Living in Place community survey and views.id online reporting and exploratory platform to credibly represent their community's views in strategic planning and advocacy.

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Things to Consider when Surveying Communities

Things to Consider when Surveying Communities

This document discusses and compares the four main survey data-collection methods used across Australian councils: Telephone, Social media advertising, List based and Online panels.

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How Councils can influence affordable housing

How Councils can influence affordable housing

.id are in a really privileged position of working with Councils across Australia, hearing about the housing affordability issues in their areas and the various approaches being taken to address the issue. We'd like to think of ourselves as a conduit between different Councils - sharing what we learn from one Council with those facing similar issues. That's why we've put together our new ebook, sharing a range of actions Council can undertake to address housing affordability.

Published on: 18/11/2021

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Regional Victoria's Economic Recovery

Regional Victoria's Economic Recovery

In September 2021, Rob Hall presented at the Victorian Regional Growth Summit, summarising what the data tells us about the experience of different regional Victorian economies throughout the pandemic, and what we're expecting to see as that state starts to open up again.

Published on: 13/10/2021

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Demographic delays: how closed borders will impact the future demand for services

Demographic delays: how closed borders will impact the future demand for services

The closure of borders in response to COVID-19 in 2020 will have significant long-term effects on the demand for population, housing and other services. 1.9M fewer Australians are forecast to join the Australian population by 2041, with 162,000 fewer homes to be built in Greater Melbourne alone. And the impacts won't be evenly distributed; well-established demographic patterns show us that certain parts of Australia will feel the brunt of the impact. In this eBook we share these findings, and what it means for those planning services and infrastructure for these future communities.

Published on: 21/04/2021

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What does the 2018 Census tell us about New Zealand?

What does the 2018 Census tell us about New Zealand?

Read the story of the challenging 2018 Census and what the results tell us about New Zealand.

Published on: 04/12/2020

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Worth the wait: Navigating the 2018 New Zealand Census

Worth the wait: Navigating the 2018 New Zealand Census

The delayed release of the 2018 New Zealand Census has been well publicised, but what does the delay mean for you?

Published on: 01/05/2019

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The grant application guide

The grant application guide

Applying for funding? Our consulting team share their proven framework for writing successful funding applications in this simple guide.

Published on: 01/06/2018

Updated on: 01/05/2019

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