Joe Hurley
Joe Hurley
Senior Lecturer, School of Global, Urban and Social Studies, RMIT University
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Coworking: A transdisciplinary overview
J Waters-Lynch, J Potts, T Butcher, J Dodson, J Hurley
Available at SSRN 2712217, 2016
“Not a lot of people read the stuff”: Australian urban research in planning practice
EJ Taylor, J Hurley
Urban policy and research 34 (2), 116-131, 2016
Resident third party objections and appeals against planning applications: implications for medium density and social housing
N Cook, E Taylor, J Hurley, V Colic-Peisker
AHURI Final Report Series, 1-98, 2012
Turning down the heat: An enhanced understanding of the relationship between urban vegetation and surface temperature at the city scale
JMA Duncan, B Boruff, A Saunders, Q Sun, J Hurley, M Amati
Science of the Total Environment 656, 118-128, 2019
At home with strategic planning: reconciling resident attachments to home with policies of residential densification
N Cook, E Taylor, J Hurley
Australian Planner 50 (2), 130-137, 2013
Australian suburban house building: industry organisation, practices and constraints
T Dalton, J Hurley, E Gharaie, R Wakefield, R Horne
Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute, 2013
Review and analysis of tools for the implementation and assessment of sustainable urban development
J Hurley, R Horne
Environmental Institute of Australian and New Zealand, 1-10, 2006
Exchange between researchers and practitioners in urban planning: achievable objective or a bridge too far?/The use of academic research in planning practice: who, what, whereá…
J Hurley, CW Lamker, EJ Taylor, D Stead, M Hellmich, L Lange, H Rowe, ...
Planning theory & practice 17 (3), 447-473, 2016
Do objections count? Estimating the influence of residents on housing development assessment in Melbourne
E Jean Taylor, N Cook, J Hurley
Urban policy and research 34 (3), 269-283, 2016
Ecological footprint as an assessment tool for urban development
J Hurley, R Horne, T Grant
State of Australian cities conference, 922-931, 2007
Land-use planning’s role in urban forest strategies: Recent local government approaches in Australia
K Phelan, J Hurley, J Bush
Urban Policy and Research, 2018
Sustainable or status-quo: investigating sustainability assessment of residential estate development
J Hurley
4th State of Australian Cities National Conference, 24-27 November 2009á…, 2009
Getting dense: Why has urban consolidation been so difficult?
J Hurley, E Taylor, J Dodson
The Routledge handbook of Australian urban and regional planning, 123-136, 2017
Urban vegetation cover change in Melbourne: 2014-2018
J Hurley, A Saunders, A Both, C Sun, B Boruff, J Duncan, M Amati, ...
Centre for Urban Research (RMIT), 2019
Australian early career planning researchers and the barriers to research–practice exchange
J Hurley, EJ Taylor
Australian Planner 53 (1), 5-14, 2016
In the fast lane: Bypassing third party objections and appeals in third party planning process
J Hurley, E Taylor, N Cook, V Colic-Peisker
State of Australian Cities National Conference 2011, 1-10, 2011
Facilitating professional engagement with planning research
J Hurley, E Taylor
Sydney, 2014
Sustainability and master planned estates: from principles to practice
J Hurley
RMIT University, 2011
International approaches to protecting and retaining trees on private urban land
C Ordˇ˝ez-Barona, J Bush, J Hurley, M Amati, S Juhola, S Frank, ...
Journal of Environmental Management 285, 112081, 2021
Solutions beyond supply to the housing affordability problem
J Daley, J Hurley, N Gurran, R Goodman, S Rowley
The Conversation, 2016
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