Residential intensification on a suburban fringe local government area in the Melbourne Metropolitan Area Australia

Thi Hong Thu Phan, James Andrew Peterson, Shobhit Chandra

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    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publication3rd ARCRNISS National Confference - People Places and Space - Rethinking Regional Policy Agendas
    EditorsRobyn Eversole
    Place of PublicationUniversity of Queensland Brisbane
    PublisherARC Regional Network Spatial Integrated Social Science
    Pages1 - 33
    Number of pages33
    Publication statusPublished - 2008
    EventARCRNSISS National Conference - Adelaide SA Australia, University of Queensland Brisbane
    Duration: 1 Jan 2008 → …

    Conference

    ConferenceARCRNSISS National Conference
    CityUniversity of Queensland Brisbane
    Period1/01/08 → …

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    Phan, T. H. T., Peterson, J. A., & Chandra, S. (2008). Residential intensification on a suburban fringe local government area in the Melbourne Metropolitan Area Australia. In R. Eversole (Ed.), 3rd ARCRNISS National Confference - People Places and Space - Rethinking Regional Policy Agendas (pp. 1 - 33). University of Queensland Brisbane: ARC Regional Network Spatial Integrated Social Science.
    Phan, Thi Hong Thu ; Peterson, James Andrew ; Chandra, Shobhit. / Residential intensification on a suburban fringe local government area in the Melbourne Metropolitan Area Australia. 3rd ARCRNISS National Confference - People Places and Space - Rethinking Regional Policy Agendas. editor / Robyn Eversole. University of Queensland Brisbane : ARC Regional Network Spatial Integrated Social Science, 2008. pp. 1 - 33
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    Phan, THT, Peterson, JA & Chandra, S 2008, Residential intensification on a suburban fringe local government area in the Melbourne Metropolitan Area Australia. in R Eversole (ed.), 3rd ARCRNISS National Confference - People Places and Space - Rethinking Regional Policy Agendas. ARC Regional Network Spatial Integrated Social Science, University of Queensland Brisbane, pp. 1 - 33, ARCRNSISS National Conference, University of Queensland Brisbane, 1/01/08.

    Residential intensification on a suburban fringe local government area in the Melbourne Metropolitan Area Australia. / Phan, Thi Hong Thu; Peterson, James Andrew; Chandra, Shobhit.

    3rd ARCRNISS National Confference - People Places and Space - Rethinking Regional Policy Agendas. ed. / Robyn Eversole. University of Queensland Brisbane : ARC Regional Network Spatial Integrated Social Science, 2008. p. 1 - 33.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference PaperResearchpeer-review

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    Phan THT, Peterson JA, Chandra S. Residential intensification on a suburban fringe local government area in the Melbourne Metropolitan Area Australia. In Eversole R, editor, 3rd ARCRNISS National Confference - People Places and Space - Rethinking Regional Policy Agendas. University of Queensland Brisbane: ARC Regional Network Spatial Integrated Social Science. 2008. p. 1 - 33