This thesis examines the impact of proximity to medical facilities on the price of retirement housing in Australia, where legislation defines a category of residential housing as being exclusively for the use of retired persons. Research in the field of gerontology consistently shows proximity to medical facilities to be a significant driver of choice for residential location decisions of retired persons. It is hypothesised that increased proximity to medical facilities will have a positive effect on the price of retirement housing.
|Date of Award||12 Oct 2013|
|Supervisor||William Earl (Supervisor)|