COVID-19, Shifting Urban Growth Dynamics and Preferences for Regional Living in Australia

Akshay Vij,Ali Ardeshiri, Laura Crommelin, Todd Denham, Lynette Washington,Andrew Beer

URBAN POLICY AND RESEARCH(2024)

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Stated preference surveys and qualitative engagement were used to examine the potential for change in Australian urban growth dynamics. We found that residents with strong preferences for large and mid-sized cities appear unlikely to change their preferences. However, 21 percent of individuals currently living in large cities were open to moving to mid-sized cities. 54 percent of respondents placed a high importance on quality of life, local healthcare, and affordable housing. Employment is a pivotal barrier to relocation. To encourage regional growth, we recommend: developing local employment, supporting remote work, investing in post-retirement living infrastructure, and increasing local educational services. DZ.?.?21%Ը.54%,ҽƷ..?:???.
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Regional growth,regional employment,urban growth dynamics,Australian cities,migration
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