How is COVID-19 impacting population growth in our Capital Cities?

Andrew Rossiter

Andrew’s background is in urban economics with a focus on urban productivity, regeneration, and strategic land-use planning. Andrew works together with our local government clients to develop and monitor population forecasts, and is currently developing’s monitoring process. His background in consulting and economics has developed his ability to draw out the policy implications of population forecasts, and understand and communicate the macro influences on demographic change.

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  1. says:

    Some regional areas may experience significant strategic land use and infrastructure planning challenges arising from increased population growth and changing age-profiles. Regional Australia has an overall older age-profile when compared with capital cities however with COVID-19 we are likely to experience a resurgence in the working age-population to regional cities. This has social planning implications in terms of the provision of schools, sports facilities, etc.

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