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The Liveable Communities Grants Program 2017-18 Guidelines and Application Form are available at www.
The survey says that Melbourne is the most liveable city in the world, followed by Austrian capital Vienna and Canada's Vancouver in the second and third place respectively.
There was broad agreement that a smart city is a green city and should be sustainable and liveable.
The high-profile Abu Dhabi project is attempting to take all the components of a sustainable city and build a liveable model from scratch.
A liveable neighbourhood is a place where you can safely walk and cycle to work and the local shops, and where homes and workplaces are more comfortable and efficient at using energy, water and materials.
125,000 for COTA to deliver six new projects; $75,000 in grants for local councils to build liveable communities; and $40,000 for Tasmanian Government projects including investigating innovative transport options for older Tasmanians, and age and stage workforce planning.
Singapore, June 4, 2014 - (ACN Newswire) - Three teams were awarded top honours today for the inaugural Singapore Youth Challenge on Urban Governance: "Heroes" held by the Centre of Liveable Cities (CLC) in August 2013.
2 (ANI-Business Wire India): Mumbai, Chennai and Hyderabad have emerged as the top three liveable cities in India.
AkzoNobel has made cities more liveable and inspiring for years through our Human Cities Initiative.
Singapore, June 3, 2014 - (ACN Newswire) - The Centre for Liveable Cities (CLC) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Danish Architecture Centre (DAC) in Singapore.
28 ( ANI ): The city of Melbourne has stood still at its global top position for being the 'most liveable city' for the third time in a row pushing down Austrian capital Vienna to number two position.
This project challenges this bias by proposing to investigate liveable disabilities as a function of disability and opportunity structures across time.