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Melbourne from above

Place-based leadership allows strong and decisive planners to prove their value, with Melbourne a perfect example of what can be achieved. Here, Robin Hambleton looks at the Melbourne story – and explains how place-based leadership should be structured

In 1978 the centre of Melbourne in Australia was a dump. The local newspaper, The Age, described Melbourne as having “an empty, useless city centre” – and published pictures to prove it. Leap forward 30 years and The Economist praises Melbourne as being “the most liveable city in the world”.
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