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Adding to the stock of green space

Article published in the Australian Financial Review  by James Dunn on 28 May 2015

Many urban dwellers would take it completely for granted, but ‘green space’ is an area that is exercising the minds of many thinkers. 385 more words

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Court Protects CEQA Categorical Exemptions by Limiting Unusual Circumstances Exception

Real estate developers who have opponents alleging that CEQA exemptions are unavailable to them because the environmental impacts of their projects alone are unusual won an important victory this week in the California Supreme Court.  863 more words

Minding the Gap: Re-developing railway embankment areas

Urban infill is being increasingly implemented by local governments around the world to mitigate unsustainable suburban sprawl, tackle the rising costs of inner-city living and re-vitalise decaying urban areas. 308 more words

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