Our award winning projects deliver value for our clients and their stakeholders.
Project: Social trends analysis and place based needs and opportunities reports for the Six Cities
Participatory research, elevating the voices of women and girls in creating welcoming and safe public placesClient: Fairfield City Council, City of Canterbury Bankstown, Cumberland City Council, NSW
Project: Safer Cities: Her Way
Project: Cairns Regional Growth Plan – Community Infrastructure and Open Space Plan
Cred Consulting was engaged to be part of the Towards 2050 Collective, delivering a Regional Growth Plan for Cairns in Queensland’s far-north.
Project: Partnering with local government to strengthen social cohesion
Project: Connecting the Disaster Dots – helping CALD communities prepare for, deal with, and recover from emergencies
Investigating the demand for community facilities and services in Melbourne’s Wantirna and Wantirna SouthClient: Knox City Council
Project: Wantirna and Wantirna South Community Infrastructure Needs Assessment
Project: Fairfield City Secondary Dwellings Study
There are more than 3,900 approved secondary dwellings in Fairfield City, and they are increasingly seen as an “affordable” housing option for many Sydney-siders. Cred Consulting was engaged by Fairfield City Council to undertake research focused on people living within these dwellings (also known as ‘Granny Flats’), to identify their demographic characteristics and support needs, as well as market trends across Greater Sydney.
Like many of the models designed to provide more affordable housing options, our research shows these secondary dwellings may not be that affordable at all.
Project: Cairns Multicultural Community Facility Needs Assessment
Project: A case study on active transport across Sydney through a gender lens
Project: Greater Sydney's Social Capital: Its Nature and Value
Project: Public spaces in the Illawarra Shoalhaven Region: Opportunities for a Recreation Grid
Cred Consulting investigated and analysed access to public spaces throughout the Illawarra-Shoalhaven Region to inform the Illawarra Shoalhaven Regional Plan.