Survey on Sustainable Housing

Survey on Sustainable Housing

Environmental solutions have been growing in importance over the past few decades.  The residential property industry has lead the way by creating water sensitive, energy efficient, and low carbon urban developments.  The purpose of this survey is to take a snapshot of how industry and associated policy makers are choosing to address aspects of sustainability for urban infill and greenfield developments.

You are invited to participate in this important Australia-wide survey.  The survey should only take about 10 to 20 minutes of your time.  All responses will be confidential, and findings will be aggregated to safeguard anonymity.

The survey is available at: https://research.unisa.edu.au/redcap/surveys/?s=4MJDCC9CWM

The survey is being disseminated to all professions involved in planning, design, and construction of residential developments, and your feedback will be important to help improve urban design and housing policies and practices.  It is vital that we document the experiences and opinions of key stakeholders who are involved in delivering all aspects of housing.

This survey is managed by researchers from the University of South Australia and RMIT University and is part of a research project funded by AHURI (The Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute). The project has been granted ethics approval by the University of South Australia (ID: 203944). For further information please contact the Project Leader, Professor Stefanie Dühr, University of South Australia at stefanie.duehr@unisa.edu.au.

Thanks for your participation in this important survey.

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