By James Tuma | 3 May 2017

Owning your own home is a common Australian goal, but for many in our major cities, that will remain a distant dream.

As Australia’s population continues to grow, urban areas will be beset by a lack of affordable housing, inequality and lagging infrastructure.

A new urban agenda is required to shape the future of Australian cities.

National Director of Design James Tuma spoke to ABC News to discuss how our cities have come of age to become more globally competitive in a modern society. 

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As Australia’s cities continue seeking strategies to improve their quality and competitiveness, the question is raised: are there any common threads that all cities can embrace at some level? We think so.

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