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PUBLICATION | I spy … scenes from micro-suburbia

John Armstrong and Linda Carroli have produced a pamphlet, I spy … scenes from micro-suburbia, which captures scenes from our sububan locality and endeavours to show some of the nuances and subtleties of suburban environments as experienced in Brisbane’s north. Please click on the image below to read and download I spy … scenes from … Continue reading

PROPOSALS | Small ventures, venturing out

The Enabling Suburbs team have been working on very small ventures and initiatives with the intention of creating opportunities for our locality. Some of these are created independently and others are collaborative. Enabling Suburbs is our side project and it tends to bear some relationship with our other professional work. We are endeavouring to develop … Continue reading

HERE | Welcome to Aspley

We live and work in Aspley, a middle northern suburb of Brisbane, which has a population of 11,840 as per the 2006 Census and is located about 13 kilometres north of the CBD. The population is projected to rise to 12,250 (medium series projection) by 2031, an additional 500 people indicating no major or foreseeable … Continue reading