|Benchmarking social infrastructure: a guide for shaping communities for wellbeing|
This project aims to assist in the delivery of responsive, flexible, well-resourced and timely human services for Victorian peri-urban communities to help avoid social problems that can lead to entrenched disadvantage in the future.
Stage One, now complete, comprised of a literature review of contemporary published studies examining social development issues, resource allocation of social services and community capacity in rapidly growing urban fringe areas.
Research team for this project also includes representatives of the City of Whittlesea.
|Start By||31 January 2011|
|Completed By||31 July 2011|
Melbourne Community Foundation’s Macro Melbourne Strategy
|Researcher(s)||Ralph Horne, Leone Wheeler and Shae Hunter|
Sustainable Urban and Regional Futures
Melbourne – Australia