Category Archives: Urban Development

Housing Data for Australia

In partnership with Australian Property Monitors we are working to widen access across the country and anticipate that by the end of October this year we will have secured access to point level housing data for all states and territories for Australia.  

Leaving no corner unaccounted for, researchers can apply for free access to high value housing data for the state or territory of their choice.

Housing Data Across Australia

In partnership with Australian Property Monitors we are working to widen access across the country and anticipate that by the end of October this year we will have secured access to point level housing data for all states and territories for Australia.  

Leaving no corner unaccounted for, researchers can apply for free access to high value housing data for the state or territory of their choice.

Case Study: Analysing Housing Affordability

Outline of the Research Housing affordability in Australia has become a critical concern for young would-be homeowners and policy-makers alike. It has been the focus of a large body of research in Australia, and as house prices increase rapidly, has increasingly become a contentious political concern. Yet, despite the rhetoric emerging from various groups around […]

Welcome to AURIN’s new Animation

Welcome to AURIN from AURIN on Vimeo. Australia’s population is predicted to double by mid-century, with 7 out of 10 people living and working in just 5 mega-metro regions. AURIN—the ‘Australian Urban Research Infrastructure Network’ —is a national service that empowers urban researchers, planners and policy makers to transform Australia’s growing population centres and regions […]

AURIN Presented at CSDILA International Symposium on Smart Future cities

This week the Centre for Spatial Data Infrastructures and Land Administration (CSDILA) and Land Victoria hosted an International Symposium on the topic of Smart Future Cities: The Role of Spatial Data and Urban Analytics The event focused on the notion that cities hold the key to a sustainable global future – a concept that underpins […]

Can tweets from the streets improve traffic?

A way to mine Twitter data to identify real-time traffic jams and accident black spots has been developed by University of Melbourne researchers. These ‘tweets from the streets’ could give urban planners the big data they need to make our transport systems more efficient, identify accident black spots and make our cities more liveable. “We […]

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