Social sustainability is about ensuring the sustenance of the diverse social relations that exist in healthy communities. Creating the physical, cultural and social places that support wellbeing and a sense of community involves a process of engagement with the people who inhabit those places.
This paper will outline regenerative development, describe the process of using the LENSES (Living Environments in Natural, Social and Economic Systems) Framework, and highlight a project in Victoria, Australia, where regenerative development and LENSES have been used to guide the master planning process
This note introduces readers to some of the current environmental analysis tools available within BuildingInformation Modelling (BIM) software packages. It highlights some of the fundamentals that underpin BIMand sustainability and then takes readers through some basic principles around when and why to undertakeenvironmental analysis and how to develop the relevant capabilities within design prac