Co-benefits of low-carbon precincts, Melbourne
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This resource contains the dataset used to build the models for Low Carbon CRC Co-Benefits Calculator Tool in Melbourne. The tool can be accessed at https://thud.msd.unimelb.edu.au/tools-and-models/co-benefits-calculator. This project has been developed by members of the University of Melbourne's Transport, Health and Urban Design Research Hub for the Low Carbon Living CRC.

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Planning Cadastre
information used for appropriate actions for future use of the land. Examples: land use maps, zoning maps, cadastral surveys, land ownership
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To understand and estimate how the the design of our cities and towns impact the status of population health, wellbeing and productivity.

Data Quality
The dataset brings together authentic information from various sources on accessibility, walkability, social, cultural and sports amenities, health and educational infrastructure, personal feelings of safety and community trust, mental health, productivity etc. Much of the data are sourced from AURIN which is Australia's most trusted authority on urban information.
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vector data is used to represent geographic data
Attribute Name Label Description
PropBaseNu Property base number
RegionID RegionID
Postcode Postcode
NoBusStop Number of bus stop
NoTramStop Number of tram stop
NoTrainSt Number of train stop
NoIntersec Number of intersection
NoCommPrem Number of commercial premises
NoComFac Number of commercial facilities
NoCultFac Number of cultural facilities
NoHealCFac Number of health centre facilities
NoPubBuild Number of public buildings
NoEduFac Number of educational facilities
NoSportfac Number of sports facilities
PopDens Population density
DwellDens Dwelling density
HHIncome Household income
EduLevel Education level
ClusterNo Cluster number
MentalHeal Mental health
BMI Body Mass Index
ServesVeg Serves Vegetables
TakeAwMeal Take away meals
TotalMnWal Total minute walked
EstGenHeal Estimated general health
NoIndPrem Number of industrial premises
LandUseDiv Land use diversity

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