Article Tag: Regional Open Space System

How Green Was My City Region: The relevance of past open space planning experiences to contemporary planning for the Brisbane metropolitan region

A region can be distinguished by the diversity of landscapes that make-up that region, its degree of liveability and the elements that contribute to its liveability. These positive attributes of […]

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Paper

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Griffith University: 2005

Authors

Choy, Darryl (Author)

The presentation provides a brief history of inter-urban breaks (IUBs) in South East Queensland (SEQ), from its early beginnings in Denmark (1940s) to its subsequent application in Australia. In the […]

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Presentation

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Queensland Department of Local Government and Planning : 2012

Authors

Zheng, John (Author)

The South East Queensland Regional Landscape Strategy is part of a State and local government initiative to manage the impacts of rapid population growth. The Regional Landscape Strategy Advisory Committee […]

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Conference paper

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Queensland Government: 2002

Authors

Low Choy, Darryl (Author); MacDonald, Steve (Author)

Record of Proceedings of the Queensland Parliament (1994) by Hon. K.E. De Lacy detailing the 1994-95 State Budget, that includes as part of the SEQ2001, funding for the Regional Open […]

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Book

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Queensland Parliament: 1994

Current research into the peri-urbanisation associated with the rapid population growth of preferred Australian metropolitan regions has shown that their landscape values are put at risk and the region’s QoL […]

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Paper

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Griffith University: 2006

Authors

Choy, Darryl (Author)