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Nicole Cook

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  1. What do third party objection and appeal rights mean for social and medium density housing?

    Author(s): Nicole Cook; Elizabeth Taylor; Joe Hurley; Val Colic-Peisker

    Description: This bulletin provides details of the key findings and policy implications from the completed AHURI research project Resident third party objections and appeals against planning applications: implications for medium density and social housing.

    Type: Other

    Cook, N., Taylor, E., Hurley, J. and Colic-Peisker, V. (2014) What do third party objection and appeal rights mean for social and medium density housing?, AHURI Research and Policy Bulletin No. 170, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/research-and-policy-bulletins/170

  2. Resident third party objections and appeals against planning applications: implications for higher density and social housing

    Author(s): Nicole Cook; Elizabeth Taylor; Joe Hurley; Val Colic-Peisker

    Description: This report examines two models of public engagement in planning approval processes—third party objection and appeal rights (TPOAR) and fast tracked planning—to see how they impact on housing supply, resident perceptions, and realisation of planning goals.

    Type: research

    Cook, N., Taylor, E., Hurley, J. and Colic-Peisker, V. (2012) Resident third party objections and appeals against planning applications: implications for higher density and social housing, AHURI Final Report No. 197, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/final-reports/197

  3. Resident third party objections and appeals against planning applications: implications for higher density and social housing

    Author(s): Nicole Cook; Elizabeth Taylor; Joe Hurley; Val Colic-Peisker

    Description: This report is the first output of a research project that aims to examine two models of public engagement in planning approval processes„Third Party Objection and Appeal Rights (TPOAR) and Fast tracked planning„to see how they impact on housing supply, resident perceptions, and realisation of planning goals.

    Type: Other

    Cook, N., Taylor, E., Hurley, J. and Colic-Peisker, V. (2012) Resident third party objections and appeals against planning applications: implications for higher density and social housing, AHURI Positioning Paper No. 145, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/position-papers/145