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UQ|UP research on gentrification featured by Brisbane Times, Sydney Morning Herald, and Urban Developer

Gentrification has moved from the CBD to the suburbs of Australia’s three largest cities, in a trend researchers say shows the country’s housing system is “broken”. A University of Queensland team mapped urban renewal and population demographics from 2006 to 2016 to see how the process had spread through Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne. UQ urban planning expert Dr Dorina Pojani, one of the authors of the research, said…

Read the full story (‘Broken’ housing system pushes gentrification from city to suburbs) in:

Brisbane Times: www.brisbanetimes.com.au/national/queensland/broken-housing-system-pushes-gentrification-from-city-to-suburbs-20200717-p55d44.html

The Sydney Morning Herald: www.smh.com.au/national/queensland/broken-housing-system-pushes-gentrification-from-city-to-suburbs-20200717-p55d44.html

The Urban Developer: theurbandeveloper.com/articles/where-gentrification-is-occurring-in-sydney-melbourne-and-brisbane

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