Australian Construction Industry Forum - Demand Driven Forecasts for Geelong

Posted: 17th Mar

ACIF Forecasts deliver demand driven forecasts that use demographic modelling to consider the expected changes in population and community needs, outputting this in terms of social infrastructure needs.

This includes the need for housing delivered as the number of new houses and new dwellings that will be required, while non-residential demand is delivered in square metres anticipated for office, retail and industrial uses. Demand for health care is delivered as number of hospital beds and education needs in terms of the number of classrooms required.

Below are charts showing the demand and supply for key social needs for this region. See alsoInterpreting the demand driven forecasts.

  • Population
  • Classrooms
  • Dwellings
  • Hospital beds
  • Houses
  • Industrial
  • Offices
  • Retail

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  • Read the demand driven forecasts for 21 locales around Australia.