Catalysing data-driven policy-making in urban planning

We aim to advance the use of data-driven policy-making making in urban management practices to produce inclusive social neighbourhoods, to introduce timely social interventions for improved quality of life, and to promote good practices for addressing socio-economic vulnerabilities, environmental risks, and health hazards. It also aims to produce practical guidance on policy and practice for assisting stakeholders such as government agencies, utility companies, private sector institutions, investors, and community decision makers.