New survey on implementing urban consolidation policies

A survey to help university researchers better understand the benefits, costs, and barriers to increasing residential density in middle ring areas has opened.

The University of Queensland survey seeks to understand the experiences and thoughts of those involved in, and impacted by, the residential development industry, including planners, engineers, architects, urban designers, and elected officials.

The researchers also want to ascertain if existing planning tools are effective at achieving planning policy goals.

The survey will take 15 minutes to complete, and all answers are anonymous.

Participation is voluntary and you can cease participating at any time by not completing the survey.

Questions about respondents’ demographics and living situations are anonymous, voluntary, and can be skipped.