THE CONCEPT OF LIVEABILITY RATING
The concept of liveability is to measure the quality of life and wellbeing of residents across thousands of suburbs, postcodes and local government areas using neighbourhood/suburb/postcode level data and advanced analytical methods. Ultimately, it aims to answer the question: which suburbs, postcodes, local government areas and cities offer the most suitable conditions for investment, business and individual successes?
The rating of a suburb, local government area and postcode is based on its position on the distribution of scores in comparison with all locations. The key dimensions that directly and indirectly affect the quality of life and wellbeing are Housing, Employment, Education, Income, Community, and Access to Transport.
Evidence-based strategic decisions likely increase the chance of success, unlock new opportunities and maximize long-term returns to investors, businesses and individuals.
The Australian Liveability Rating Report Series published by CityDataAustralia.com.au is an attempt to systematically provide rigorous assessments and comparisons in key dimensions for all suburbs, postcodes and local government areas in South Australia/Adelaide, Australia, to provide reliable evidence for individuals, investors, businesses and governments to make informed strategic decisions when location factor is matter most.
This publication also intends to be useful data source for migrants who are finding the most suitable suburbs to live and work; as well as for Australian people to find the most promising areas to start their new endeavours.
With all the excitement, we are pleased to launch The Australian Liveability Rating Report Series, a publication by CityDataAustralia.com.au.