SGS is a leading planning and economics firm whose purpose is to shape policy and investment decisions to achieve sustainable places, communities and economies.
SGS has published the latest release of the Australian Cities Accounts which show that Sydney and Melbourne are driving the national economy.
This edition of Urbecon discusses:
National Shelter, Community Sector Banking and SGS Economics and Planning have formed a partnership to develop and release the Rental Affordability Index on a quarterly basis
SGS has assembled a group of expert speakers that will explore the topic of delivering social infrastructure in established areas of Sydney, at the Museum of Sydney on 5 May 2016.
SOAC 2015 conference papers by SGS consultants now available online
Population Growth in Sydney and Melbourne
How will emerging technologies change travel and shape Sydney?
Fairfax media reports SGS findings on Sydney and Melbourne performance
Stranded: Youth and spatial disadvantage in Melbourne – new SGS occasional paper
How will emerging technologies change travel and shape Sydney? - presentation
SOAC 2015 conference papers by SGS consultants
Urbecon Volume 1 2016 Print Version
Sydney and Melbourne race ahead as mining boom fades
Economic benefits of cultural diversity
Planning for community infrastructure in denser cities
Understanding urban areas better using GIS
Big Ideas - Jane Jacobs: The Economy of Cities
SGS News Volume 1 2016