How will demographic trends and land settlement patterns affect the future demand for services in your local area?
As Australia's largest independent population forecasting team, we can help you identify opportunities and reduce risk next time you're making an investment, planning or location decision.
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Identify and compare opportunities for investment and growth in different suburbs, cities and states. See when and where growth is forecast to occur or apply our age filters to identify growth hotspots for a specific age cohort such as primary school students, aged care residents or first homebuyers.
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Whether you're planning for future school enrolments, updating a retail sales forecast or conducting due diligence on a proposed site or development opportunity, forecast.id provides a detailed, trusted and independent assessment of future demand for a catchment area that will neatly fit your project geography.
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Forecast analysis by region
Get the all-important context that underpins our forecasts. From the big-picture demographic patterns to localised housing and development activity, our experts explain what's driving growth and change in your area.
Demographic delays: How closed borders will impact the future demand for services in Australia
This eBook presents our analysis of the long-term effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on population growth and the future demand for services in Australia.
Initially published in July 2021, the eBook explains why the pandemic's impact on population growth will have a cumulative effect, and how well-established demographic patterns can help us pinpoint the regions within Australia that will bear the brunt of the demographic fallout.
Competing for growth: Where will the next million South East Queenslanders live?
This eBook shares our independent population forecasts for eleven regions of South East Queensland after more than a year's research into the land use, settlement patterns and the demographic drivers of population change in South East Queensland.
Up, and out: The population forecast for South Australia
As Australia's international borders have re-opened, South Australia is set to enjoy its share of population growth. But where will that growth happen? And when? And who will be making up this future population?
If your organisation services South Australia, this webinar recording and the accompanying resources share the results of our detailed research into what's driving changes in population and housing in South Australia, and what it means for future demand for housing, services and infrastructure in each region of the state.
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