Destructive Cities by Brian Haratsis (eBook)

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Destructive Cities by Brian Haratsis (eBook)

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How and why will Australian cities grow from 2015 to 2025? This book is essential reading for property analysts, developers, urban planners and students.

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Destructive Cities will refocus thinking from public sector city renewal to private sector led economic and spatial transformation. Destructive Cities argues that Australia is on the verge of an international tradeable services boom and to realise this employment and economic opportunity will require Australian capital cities to deregulate, innovate and globally compete with aggressive new spatial plans for key services sectors (e.g., tourism, health, education, professional, technical and science services) in order to build critical mass in Australia’s internationally traded services sectors

About Author:

Brian Haratsis is MacroPlan’s Founder and Executive Chairman. Brian is an economist and future strategist with over 30 years experience as an advisor to governments and major corporate clients throughout Australia.

Brian commands an unparalleled, on-the-ground knowledge of residential markets across Australia, having worked extensively and regularly in all capital cities and key regional markets. Brian Haratsis is regarded as Australia’s foremost strategic property advisor, with a particular focus on economic forecasting as it relates to private sector property involvement, understanding communities, tourism and social trends.