Dr Elizabeth Taylor (Monash University)
Dr Elizabeth Taylor is a Senior Lecturer in Urban Planning & Design, in the Faculty of Art Design and Architecture at Monash University in 2019. She was previously a Vice Chancellor’s Post-Doctoral Research Fellow in the Centre for Urban Research at RMIT University; and a McKenzie Fellow at the University of Melbourne; as well as working in consultancy and government research roles. Her research and publications explore urban planning, housing markets, transport, and locational conflicts often with a spatial and historical focus. In 2018 she published the book “Dry Zones: Planning and the Hangovers of Liquor Licensing History”. A recent focus has been car parking policy – with publications on the role of car parking in planning conflicts, the history and legacies of minimum parking regulations, and mapping the extent and use of car parking as a land use. She was awarded the 2012 Brian McLaughlin Award, and a 2017 German Academic Exchange scholarship. She is also co-host of the podcast This Must be the Place.