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Endnotes

  1. Australian Bureau of Statistics, 2016 Census of Population and Housing
  2. Ahmadpour, N., Keirnan, A. (2016). Design for Ageing-inplace: Evidence from Australia. Proceedings of DRS 2016, Design Research Society 50th Anniversary Conference. Brighton, UK, 27–30 June 2016
  3. Australian Bureau of Statistics, 2016 Census of Population and Housing
  4. NSW Ministry of Health Centre of Epidemiology and Evidence, 2015, NSW Population Health Survey (SAPHa R1), NSW Government, Sydney
  5. NSW Ministry of Health Centre of Epidemiology and Evidence, 2015, NSW Population Health Survey (SAPHa R1), NSW Government, Sydney
  6. Australian Bureau of Statistics, 2016 Census of Population and Housing
  7. City Futures Research Centre, 2013. Implementing metropolitan planning strategies: taking into account local housing demand, Technical Report, UNSW
  8. NSW Department of Planning and Environment, 2016, Metropolitan Housing Monitor, NSW Government, Sydney
  9. Pricewaterhouse Cooper Consulting (Australia), 2016 Parramatta 2021 Unlocking the potential of a new economy
  10. Parramatta City Council, draft Economic Development Plan 2017–2021
  11. Parramatta City Council, 2016, Planning Proposal, Parramatta CBD Amendments to LEP 2011
  12. Western Sydney Health District, Westmead Redevelopment Stage 1 Overview, August 2016
  13. Westmead Precinct Partners, 2017, submission to Greater Sydney Commission Draft West Central District Plan
  14. Trips made to, from or within the Central City District based on a 5-year pool of data from the Household Travel Survey.
  15. Deep End Services 2016, Sydney Retail Demand and Supply Consultancy Stage 1, 2 and 3 reports. (https://gsc-public-1.s3.amazonaws.com/s3fs-public/Sydney_retail_demand_a...)
  16. NSW Department of Planning and Environment, 2016, Employment Lands Monitor, NSW Government Sydney
  17. Viva Energy Australia, https://www.vivaenergy.com.au/ operations/clyde
  18. SGS Economics & Planning, 2017, Sydney’s Urban Services Land: Establishing a Baseline Provision, Report prepared for Greater Sydney Commission, draft report June 2017
  19. Parramatta River Catchment Group, 2017, submission to the revised draft Central City District Plan
  20. Open Space Audit, December 2016
  21. NSW Government, 2015, Technical Guidelines for Urban Green Cover in NSW, Office of Environment and Heritage

 

Note: The source of population, dwellings and household data in this draft District Plan is from the NSW Department of Planning and Environment, 2016 NSW State and Local Government Area Population and Household Projections and Implied Dwelling Requirements 2016 to 2036. Population projections provide an indication of the size and age-sex structure of the future population if specified assumptions about future fertility, mortality and migration are realised. The projections are based on final 30 June 2011 Estimated Resident Populations (ERPs) supplied by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS). Finalised ERPs incorporating the 2016 Census of Population and Housing are not expected from the ABS until mid-2018.

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