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Is Sydney really full to the brim?

Is Sydney really full to the brim?

It’ll make mistakes like it always has, but Sydney’s problem with growth isn’t about physical capacity. The issue is most existing home owners don’t want things to change

That was The week That was… w/e 24 September

That was The week That was… w/e 24 September

Tw3 provides a brief commentary on stories bearing on the delights and discontents of urbanism that were in the news over the week ending 24 September 2017

Does the Grenfell Tower fire mean we should stop building residential towers?

Does the Grenfell Tower fire mean we should stop building residential towers?

The Grenfell Tower fire was the result of flawed policy on public housing, not some inherent flaw in the high-rise residential building type

Sunday reading

Sunday reading

Interesting links for urbanists

Are Australia’s big cities dense enough?

Are Australia’s big cities dense enough?

The extensive suburbs in the middle rings of Australia's east coast capitals explain why the "missing middle" is so much less dense than in comparable Canadian cities

Does Sydney Airport really charge train travellers too much?

Does Sydney Airport really charge train travellers too much?

The assertion that rail travellers pay a $7.96 access fee to Sydney Airport on top of the Opal fare is wrong and lets the NSW Government off the hook

Sunday links

Sunday links

Interesting, useful, sometimes provocative and occasionally amusing links for anyone interested in cities

Thursday links

Thursday links

Interesting, useful, sometimes provocative and occasionally amusing links for anyone interested in cities

Could terrace houses make Cherrybrook like Surry Hills?

Could terrace houses make Cherrybrook like Surry Hills?

Recreating the character and community of the inner city in the middle and outer suburbs would require much more than building a similar physical enviroment