Australian Urban Planning: New Challenges, New Agendas

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Subject Index
Aboriginal communities 142
Aborigines 2, 28, 37, 54 (box), 55, 56, 118, 142–4, 173, 231
access-rich areas 47
Adelaide 26 (table), 36 (table), 41, 46, 47, 75, 154, 167, 168, 184–5
Adelaide 21 strategic plan 101
Agenda 21, 110
Local 104, 168, 222
American cities 63–66, 227 (see also United States of America)
anarchism 118, 121
anthropocentric perspective 155
Argentina 154
Asian cities 192, 214
Asian tigers 199
assimilation 35
Audit Commission see Commission of Audit
Australia Council 147
Australia Replanned 28–9
Australian Capital Territory (ACT) 105, 106 (table)
National Competition Policy reforms 177
Planning and Land Management (PALM) Group 181
Australian Competition and Consumer Commission 176–7
Australian Conservation Foundation 163
Australian Constitution 214
Australian Council of Professions 178
Australian Council of Social Services 42
Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU) 42
Australian Labor Party (ALP) 173, 185
Australian Model Code for Residential Development (AMCORD) 183, 184
Australian Settlement, the 11, 21–8, 35, 37, 44, 55, 61, 71
Australian Ugliness,The136
Australian urban policy 28
Australian Welfare State 22 (box)
automobile dependence 165, 167
autonomous government 3
benchmarking 221
Better Cities Program see Building Better Cities program
Bretton Woods
agreement 38
conference 24
Brisbane 26 (table), 27, 36 (table), 46, 47, 80, 218, City Council 80, 82 Korean Tower 82–3 (box)

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