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Ryan van den Nouwelant

Ryan Van den Nouwelant
Research Associate

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Phone: +61(0)2 9385 5619

With a background in social and design sciences, Ryan studied and worked on natural resource management in Southeast Asia before becoming an urban planner. He worked in strategic planning for local government before joining City Futures Research Centre in 2011. An early career researcher, Ryan completed his PhD in 2017.

Ryan’s PhD investigated the community conflict associated with the mixed land uses in and around Kings Cross, Sydney, framing it as a contested place identity. Other research interests include examining how urban design, renewal and planning can improve housing delivery, social equity and opportunity and natural resource management in cities.

Publications

Books

Davison G; Legacy C; Liu E; Han H; Phibbs P; Van Den Nouwelant R; Darcy M; Piracha A, 2013, Understanding and addressing community opposition to affordable housing development

Davison G; Gurran N; Van Den Nouwelant R; Pinnegar S; Randolph B; Bramley G; Australian H; UNSW-AHURI RC, 2012, Affordable housing, urban renewal and planning: Emerging practice in Queensland, South Australia and New South Wales

Book Chapters

Lieske SN; van den Nouwelant RM; Han H; Pettit C, 2019, 'Modelling value uplift on future transport infrastructure', in Reed R; Pettit C (ed.), Real Estate and GIS, Routledge, Abingdon, pp. 80-98

Journal articles

Crystal L; van den Nouwelant R, 2015, 'Negotiating strategic planning’s transitional spaces: The case of ‘guerrilla governance’ in infrastructure planning', Environment and Planning A, vol. 47, pp. 209-226, 10.1068/a140124p

van den Nouwelant R; Davison G; Gurran N; Pinnegar S; Randolph B, 2014, 'Delivering affordable housing through the planning system in urban renewal contexts: converging government roles in Queensland, South Australia and New South Wales', Australian Planner, pp. 1-13, 10.1080/07293682.2014.914044

Van den Nouwelant R; steinmetz CA, 2013, 'Concentration vs. Dispersal of a Late-night Economy', Spaces and Flows: An International Journal of Urban and ExtraUrban Studies, vol. 3, pp. 31-43, http://ijf.cgpublisher.com/

Conference Papers

Van den Nouwelant R, 2015, 'Does strategic planning provide the clarity it claims? Framing land-use conflict as competing interpretations of the same planning concept: the case of the 'mixed-use neighbourhood'', in Burton P; Shearer H (eds.), State of Australian Cities Conference 2015: Refereed Proceedings, State of Australian Cities Research Network, Gold Coast, presented at State of Australian Cities Conference 2015, Gold Coast, 09 - 11 December 2015, http://soacconference.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Van-Den-Nouwelant..pdf

Legacy C; Davison G; Liu EY; van den Nouwelant R; Piracha A, 2013, 'Democratic Infrastructure? Delivering affordable housing under Australia’s Social Housing Initiative', in Ruming K; Randolph B; Gurran N (eds.), State of Australian Cities Conference 2013: Refereed Proceedings, SOAC Research Network, Sydney, presented at State of Australian Cities Conference 2013, Sydney, 27 - 29 November 2013, http://www.soacconference.com.au/soac-conference-proceedings-and-powerpoint-presentations/

Davison G; Legacy C; Liu EY; van den Nouwelant R; Piracha A, 2013, 'How and why does community opposition to affordable housing development escalate? “Unsupported development” in Parramatta, NSW', in Ruming K; Randolph B; Gurran N (eds.), State of Australian Cities Conference 2013: Refereed Proceedings, SOAC Research Network, Sydney, presented at State of Australian Cities Conference 2013, Sydney, 27 - 29 November 2013, http://www.soacconference.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/Davison-Social.pdf

Reports

Gurran N; Rowley S; Milligan V; Randolph B; Phibbs P; Gilbert C; James A; Troy L; van den Nouwelant R, 2018, Inquiry into increasing affordable housing supply: Evidence-based principles and strategies for Australian policy and practice, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, 10.18408/ahuri-7313001

Randolph B; Troy L; Milligan V; van den Nouwelant R, 2018, Paying for affordable housing in different market contexts, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, AHURI Final Report No. 293, 293, 10.18408/ahuri-7113301

Lawson J; Pawson H; Troy L; van den Nouwelant R; Hamilton C, 2018, Social housing as infrastructure: an investment pathway, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, AHURI Final Report No. 306, 306, 10.18408/ahuri-5314301

Troy L; van den Nouwelant R; Randolph B, 2018, State Environmental Planning Policy (Affordable Rental Housing) 2009 and affordable housing in Central and Southern Sydney, City Futures Research Centre, Sydney

Gurran N; Gilbert C; Gibb K; van den Nouwelant RM; James A; Phibbs P, 2018, Supporting affordable housing supply: inclusionary planning in new and renewing communities, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute, Melbourne, Final Report, 297, 10.18408/ahuri-7313201

Rowley S; James A; Phibbs P; van den Nouwelant R; Troy L, 2017, Government led innovations in affordable housing delivery, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, 289, 10.18408/ahuri-8113101

van den Nouwelant R; Crommelin LM; Herath S; Randolph B, 2016, Housing Affordability, Central City Economic Productivity and the Lower Income Labour Market (AHURI Final Report #261), AHURI, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute, 261, http://www.ahuri.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0015/7431/AHURI_Final_Report_No261_Housing-affordability-central-city-economic-productivity-and-the-lower-income-labour-market.pdf

van den Nouwelant RM; Randolph B, 2016, Mixed-tenure development: Literature review on the impact of differing degrees of integration, Frasers Property

Easthope H; van den Nouwelant R, 2013, Home Modifications in Strata: Final Report, City Futures Research Centre, Sydney, http://www.cityfutures.net.au/

Pinnegar S; van den Nouwelant R; Judd B; Randolph B, 2013, Understanding Housing and Location Choices of Retiring Australians in the "Baby Boom" Generation, City Futures Research Centre, UNSW Australia, Sydney, http://www.treasury.gov.au/PublicationsAndMedia/Publications/2012/housing-in-the-baby-boom-generation

Legacy C; Van den Nouwelant R; pinnegar S; randolph B, 2012, Review of international 'best practice' cited in the NSW Green Paper on planning reforms, City Futures Research Centre, Sydney

Conference Presentations

van den Nouwelant RM; Troy L, 2017, 'Improving Metrics for Housing Affordability and Housing Stress', in Improving Metrics for Housing Affordability and Housing Stress, Australasian Housing Researchers Conference, Melbourne, Australia, presented at Australasian Housing Researchers Conference, Melbourne, Australia, 15 - 17 February 2017, http://ahrc2017.com.au/

Crommelin; van den Nouwelant; Randolph, 2017, 'These aren't the key workers you're looking for: Revisiting the key worker housing discourse from a central city productivity perspective', in These aren't the key workers you're looking for: Revisiting the key worker housing discourse from a central city productivity perspective, Australasian Housing Researchers Conference, Melbourne, Australia, presented at Australasian Housing Researchers Conference, Melbourne, Australia, 15 - 17 February 2017, http://ahrc2017.com.au/program-2/

Creative Written Works

Pawson H; van den Nouwelant R, 2017, Visioning varieties of “mixed tenure” development, The Fifth Estate, The Fifth Estate, https://www.thefifthestate.com.au/columns/spinifex/visioning-varieties-of-mixed-tenure-development

van den Nouwelant RM; Crommelin L, 2016, High housing costs create worries for city tourism and hospitality, High housing costs create worries for city tourism and hospitality, theconversation.com, https://theconversation.com/high-housing-costs-create-worries-for-city-tourism-and-hospitality-57347

Liu E; Van den Nouwelant R, 2015, Don’t fear boarding houses: they’re probably not what you think, The Conversation, https://theconversation.com/dont-fear-boarding-houses-theyre-probably-not-what-you-think-49596