Researcher

Caitlin Buckle

Email: caitlinbuckle01@gmail.com

Institution/Organisation: University of New South Wales
Position: PhD Candidate
Biographical Information: Caitlin is a PhD Candidate at the University of New South Wales. Her research interests include housing, mobility, migration and the conceptualisation of 'home'.

Title: Strata Stakeholder Mapping

Published: City Futures Research Centre, University of New South Wales

Author/Co-authors: Hazel Easthope, Caitlin Buckle, Sian Thompson

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This document is intended as a reference document to help organisations understand the formal connections between the various stakeholders involved in the strata sector and beyond in Sydney.

Title: MyPlace Green Square Community Survey 2017

Funders: City of Sydney Council

Author/Co-authors: Hazel Easthope, Caitlin Buckle, Sian Thompson, Edgar Liu

Keywords: Community, Liveability, Planning,

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Green Square is the largest urban redevelopment project in the southern hemisphere, and one of the fastest growing areas in Sydney. This research aimed to develop a survey tool for on-going assessment of social interactions and social cohesion at a large-scale urban renewal site that could be used to measure the nature of social cohesion and social interaction, identify opportunities/barriers residents face regarding social cohesion and community development, understand wellbeing of residents and workers, including satisfaction/attachment to the area, preferences and desires, and future plans.

Title: MyPlace Ashmore Community Survey 2017

Funders: City of Sydney Council

Author/Co-authors: Hazel Easthope, Caitlin Buckle, Sian Thompson, Edgar Liu

Keywords: Community, Liveability, Planning,

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The 17ha Ashmore Precinct is one of the City of Sydney’s largest urban development projects. This research aimed to develop a survey tool for on-going assessment of social interactions and social cohesion at a large-scale urban renewal site that could be used to measure the nature of social cohesion and social interaction, identify opportunities/barriers residents face regarding social cohesion and community development, understand wellbeing of residents and workers, including satisfaction/attachment to the area, preferences and desires, and future plans.

Title: Australian National Strata Data Analysis

Author/Co-authors: Hazel Easthope, Caitlin Buckle, Vandanna Mann

Keywords: Building management, Development, Economics / markets,

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This project, supported by Strata Community Association who are the peak body for the strata industry in Australia, provides the first comprehensive national picture of the strata industry. The national (and state and territory) information sheets provide information on the number of strata properties, their value, the demographic characteristics of their residents, and the professionals employed to serve them. The accompanying report provides detail on the data collection methodology.