20 minute neighbourhoods: a Melbourne dream?

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The ideal of the 20 minute neighbourhood could bring proven social and economic benefits to Melbourne’s urban fringes, says planning expert Carolyn Whitzman. She outlines a research project that looked at how poor transport and urban design in the burgeoning City of Wyndham limit
access to good health, education and jobs….

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