Creating better cities by
improving the value of the public realm

Private Sector

The Public Realm Toolkit for the private sector looks at the basis by which a project improves the value of the public realm (or depletes it).

The assessment considers the basis for land value changes in and around any particular project and the role of the project in these changes and wider community benefit.

It can provide a developer with the ability to offer an objective economic statement as to the wider community benefits of government approving the project.

A detailed walkability audit can also be used to calculate potential levels of walking by comparing alternate development approaches in housing development and/or centre development.