PwC Cities Agenda

Making liveable, doable

At the heart of PwC's Cities Agenda, and of every great city, are people. We believe a city can only thrive when all its people feel included, connected and fulfilled. It must be a place that attracts talent and investment, and  provides opportunities for all.

There are countless factors that make a city liveable, and these are unique to each of us. For some a city must be affordable, for others it’s vital that it’s hospitable. Walkable, profitable, sustainable, sociable, scalable… a great city offers different things to each of its people.

Right now, our cities are at a crossroads. Most are struggling with congestion, housing affordability, and inequitable access to infrastructure, amenity and services. PwC has risen to this national challenge by making cities one of its key agendas. Starting with data-driven insights, we’re committed to bringing business, government and community together to create thriving cities.

Great places don’t just happen by chance. The PwC Cities Agenda is helping to ensure we play a leading role in making liveable, doable.

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Reporting back on change

Creating Connected Cities

People innately crave connection – to each other, to culture, and to a sense of home. Human interaction is an essential piece of our DNA. PwC are collaborating with city-shaping experts to create a first-of-its-kind framework for decision-makers to think about how successful precincts are planned and developed.

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Improving Housing Affordability

PwC is proud of the ongoing role our recommendations are playing in government conversations on tangible solutions to fix the housing affordability crisis.

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Enabling Social Equity

Security of tenure for renters is directly linked to housing stress, and is a barrier to social equity. PwC is driving new thinking and collaboration between business, government and community toward the goal of creating a Build To Rent market in Australia.

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Latest Insights

Reimagining the Liverpool innovation precinct

Reimagining the Liverpool innovation precinct

With an estimated 30,000 health and knowledge workers in the precinct by 2036, Liverpool has the aspiration for its city centre to be a hub for innovation. Our report, drafted on behalf of a committee of stakeholders in the Liverpool health and education precinct, focusses on the health future and a plan to enhance the precinct to encourage investment, talent attraction and liveability

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A place for everyone: Affordable Housing Initiative

A place for everyone: Affordable Housing Initiative

Australia’s housing affordability crisis isn’t a single issue that has a single solution. Find out how our Affordable Housing Initiative offers an opportunity for landowners to harness the value of their single lots, whilst providing affordable housing for the people who keep our cities running.

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Contact us

Joseph Carrozzi
Managing Partner - Sydney and Cities Agenda Leader, PwC Australia
Tel: +61 2 8266 1144
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Clara Cutajar
Partner, Infrastructure and Urban Renewal Leader, PwC Australia
Tel: +61 2 8266 3497
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Kylee Anastasi
Partner, PwC Australia
Tel: +61 2 8266 5069
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Peter Konidaris
Managing Partner – Melbourne, PwC Australia
Tel: +61 3 8603 1168
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