Our research focus
The Committee for Perth aims to lead debate, advise and be a catalyst for positive change in all areas affecting the growth and development of Perth.
FACTBase is our collaborative long-term research project with The University of Western Australia. It benchmarks the liveability of Perth and its global connectedness, by examining its economic, social, demographic and political character.
Latest ResearchFACTBase Bulletin August 2016
FACTBase Bulletin 51 - The Relationship Between Transport Spatial Form And Economic Growth A Comparison And Analysis Of Sydney Melbourne And Perth
Bulletin has been prepared as part of the Committee for Perth and RAC Get a Move On! project. It analyses the relationship between transport, spatial form and economic growth in Sydney, Melbourne and Perth through the consolidation of information from recently published literature. It aims to identify the impacts of accessibility on the spatial structure of employment and the key strengths and weaknesses resulting from transport and urban form in each metropolis. FACTBase Bulletin June 2016
FACTBase Bulletin 50 - Examining 60 Years Of Strategic Planning In Metropolitan Perth And Peel
This Bulletin examines the evolution of strategic land use and transport planning for the Perth and Peel regions from 1955 to 2015. It has been produced as part of the Committee for Perth and RAC Get a Move On! project, which aims to deliver a comprehensive analysis of land use and transport in the Perth and Peel regions and provide recommendations for the future. FACTBase Bulletin June 2016
FACTBase Bulletin 49 - The Dilemma In Sub Regional Commuting Matching Resident Jobs Skills To Workplace Location
This bulletin is part of the Committee for Perth and RAC Get a Move On! project. The report, called The Dilemma in Sub-Regional Commuting: Matching Resident Job Skills to Workplace Location examines the job skills matching within metropolitan sub-regions by mapping where people live and where they work.
We Advocate for
All Committee for Perth research is funded by members who invest in the communities in which they operate and are passionate about creating a brighter future for Perth.
Perth and Peel @ 3.5 million
The Committee since inception has been advocating for the development of a unified vision for Perth. A vision that government, business and the community can agree upon that captures the aspirations for Perth as a region of 3.5 million people.
Transport and Congestion
The Committee for Perth supports the development of a long-term integrated public transport network that includes all modes of transport, to ensure efficient movement throughout the region as well as to facilitate transit-oriented development.
The Committee believes that our diverse community should be acknowledged and celebrated. Through our research on both gender and cultural diversity we brought a more detailed understanding about Perth’s diverse population base.
Vibrancy and Culture
The Committee believes that a vibrant arts and cultural scene is vital to Perth’s liveability. In 2008, we launched the Cultural Compact for WA:The 10 Year Challenge Phase 1 which challenges government, the arts sector and community to work together.
The Committee believes that Perth should be the city in Australia that acknowledges, respects and celebrates its Indigenous Australian cultures.
Local Government Reform
The Committee believes that the current fragmented system of local government in the Perth metropolitan region is hindering the potential to achieve our vision for the future of Perth.
The Committee believes that the deregulation of retail trading hours is crucial to enhancing the liveability and attractiveness of Perth, both as a place of residence and as a tourist destination.
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Become a member
Committee for Perth members provide financial and intellectual input that helps to inform our agenda and contribute to our advocacy positions.
Regardless of how long they have supported the Committee, the investment of our Foundation Members forms the base of the organisation on which all other parts are overlaid.