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Like many, we had bid farewell to 2020 gladly. We looked forward to 2021 with the hope it would bring some stability and normality in our lives – we’d be…

At its core, strategic planning is about supporting people to live sustainable, productive and fulfilling lives. The NSW Six Cities Region is home to increasingly diverse communities living in a…

Planning equitably to improve liveability for diverse communities

Client: Greater Cities Commission, NSW
Project: Social trends analysis and place based needs and opportunities reports for the Six Cities

Cred Consulting was engaged to be part of the Towards 2050 Collective, delivering a Regional Growth Plan for Cairns in Queensland’s far-north.

Shaping regional growth in Queensland’s far north

Client: Cairns Regional Council, QLD
Project: Cairns Regional Growth Plan – Community Infrastructure and Open Space Plan

Social cohesion is at the heart of strong, resilient communities. However, maintaining social cohesion can be a challenge as communities across NSW continue to grow and change and experience crises…

Building social cohesion: a resource for local government

Client: NSW Department of Premier and Cabinet
Project: Partnering with local government to strengthen social cohesion

Community-informed reviews of emergency preparedness materials helps identify their strengths and weaknesses in being effective to help Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) community members become more prepared.

Supporting Culturally and Linguistically Diverse communities to prepare for emergencies

Client: Willoughby City Council
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 South

Client: Knox City Council
Project: Wantirna and Wantirna South Community Infrastructure Needs Assessment

Cred Consulting with Ethos Urban was commissioned to undertake a community needs assessment to investigate the demand for community facilities and services in Melbourne’s Wantirna and Wantirna South

Young family that participated in the Fairfield Secondary Dwelling study, standing at the front of their granny flat.

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.

Assessing the affordability and liveability of Fairfield City’s secondary dwellings

Client: Fairfield City Council 
Project: Fairfield City Secondary Dwellings Study

Co-designing a place where the community can meet and connect, practice their culture and keep their traditions alive in regional Queensland

Co-designing a dedicated community space for Cairns’ multicultural community

Client: Cairns Regional Council
Project: Cairns Multicultural Community Facility Needs Assessment

To take action on inequality and sustainable transport, Cred was commissioned to help understand if, how, and why women use active transport as their primary way to travel in Greater Sydney.

On the go: how women travel around our city

Client: City of Sydney and C40 Cities
Project: A case study on active transport across Sydney through a gender lens

Measuring Greater Sydney’s social capital

Client: Greater Sydney Commission
Project: Greater Sydney's Social Capital: Its Nature and Value

Sydney needs to plan for communities that create and share social capital to have a sustainable future. We mapped and analysed social capital and social connectors across places, spaces and networks that enable meaningful social interaction to inform the development of Greater Sydney’s District Plans.