Design Features

  • Public Open Space

    A range of walkable, appealing and public open spaces help meet recreational, play and social needs.

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  • Community Facilities

    Co-located and integrated facilities, such as schools and recreation facilities, maximise community interaction and efficiency of travel.

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  • Buildings

    Design buildings and sites that specifically support increased levels of physical activity, whether incidental or deliberate.

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  • Destinations

    Create compact mixed-use neighbourhoods which include employment, education, public transport and fresh food outlets.

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  • Movement Networks

    Facilitate safe and convenient travel within neighbourhoods through accessible and connected walking, cycling and public transport routes.

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  • Housing Diversity

    Housing density and diversity can support critical infrastructure, connect neighbourhoods and help people age in place.

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  • Sense of Place

    A sense of community emerges when residents have opportunities to meet and interact in attractive places of interest.

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  • Healthy Food

    Planning for food demands focus on production space, transport infrastructure and availability and access to healthy food outlets.

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