Fremantle Housing Diversity II: Design based research to refine and inform a proposed amendment to LPS4

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Abstract

The report documents the results of a particular stage of the broader research project to inform the development of a proposed amendment to the City of Fremantle’s Local Planning Scheme (No.4) to encourage the supply of greater housing diversity in the City’s suburban areas whilst respecting their essential character.
This report details the results of a research by design exercise where four design teams were given a preliminary set of new and amended planning controls and a target development typology. The intention was to explore the development potential of a typical single suburban lot to understand the potential spatial outcomes of the proposed planning controls. The results provided a range of recommendations for further refinement of the proposed controls to help meet the overall objective.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationAustralia
PublisherAustralian Urban Design Research Centre AUDRC
Commissioning bodyFremantle City Council
Number of pages26
ISBN (Print)9780994269881
Publication statusPublished - 2015

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Fremantle Housing Diversity II : Design based research to refine and inform a proposed amendment to LPS4. / Duckworth-Smith, Anthony.

Australia : Australian Urban Design Research Centre AUDRC, 2015. 26 p.

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