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A key focus of the project was identifying how different communities view housing needs and development options. A survey was conducted in the three communities of Moura, Biloela and Theodore in Central Queensland to assess future population and development trends of the relevant population groups. The case studies were assessed in the context of being potential service communities for the nearby Dawson coal mine. The survey comprised of two parts: general questions and the Choice Modelling part. The first part of the survey focused on questions related to - Residency and housing history of participants, - perceptions of the community they live in, - future housing preferences, - views about current coal mining development, - attitudes towards current high housing demands, - factors that have caused stress in household, and - socio-demographic characteristics of respondents. The second part of the survey focused on presentation of the Choice Modelling questions and three options were offered to respondents in four different versions of the survey. There were also some follow up questions after the choice sets to explore reasons why different patterns of choice had been followed. The majority of the respondents contacted lived in the towns, with some on rural properties surrounding Theodore and a total of 318 surveys were collected.

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