Children in apartments – where the bloody hell are they?

Georgia Allan

Georgia completed a Masters in Population Studies and Demography at Flinders University in Adelaide. At .id, Georgia is a consultant in .id's housing team. She was heavily involved in the creation and continued development of, the online tool developed to give councils an accessible evidence base for planning and advocacy. Georgia has prepared housing demand and supply analysis for a range of councils, including those in inner-city, middle ring, growth and peri-urban areas. When not in the office, she is likely to be cooking, knitting, crocheting, or buried in a good book.

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3 Responses

  1. Fiona Penfold says:

    Hi Georgia, I’m having trouble making sense of this article. You use in the headline the words ‘Greater Sydney’ to describe where all the apartment-dwelling kids are, presumably referring to an area that includes the top ten LGA’s you list. Later you say that ‘inner Sydney has the highest concentration’ but unless you consider ‘inner Sydney’ and ‘Greater Sydney’ to mean the same thing, it doesn’t seem to make sense.

  2. Patrick Corr says:

    (copied from a debate on Paddy Corr’s Facebook posting in relation to this article over the weekend).
    OK Fiona and Simone, I have reread and gained insight.

    The term used in Georgia Allen’s article is the non-specific “inner Sydney” rather than the implied specific “Inner Sydney” but inviting confusion as to whether it is meant to be “City and Inner South (SA4)” or “Inner West (SA4) or “Inner South West (SA4)…

  3. Queeny Stafford says:

    Sorry but I am having trouble pulling out the figures you have quoted for the City of Ryde LGA.
    Would you mind providing a step by step on how to figure out what % of children (also what age group?) live in apartments. I’d like to compare 211 and 2016.
    many thanks

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