The unintended consequences of strata title for urban regeneration

Leshinsky, R, Newton, P and Galckin, S 2018, 'The unintended consequences of strata title for urban regeneration' in Erika Altmann and Michelle Gabriel (ed.) Multi-Owned Property in the Asia-Pacific Region, Palgrave Macmillan, London, United Kingdom, pp. 17-37.


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Title The unintended consequences of strata title for urban regeneration
Author(s) Leshinsky, R
Newton, P
Galckin, S
Year 2018
Title of book Multi-Owned Property in the Asia-Pacific Region
Publisher Palgrave Macmillan
Place of publication London, United Kingdom
Editor(s) Erika Altmann and Michelle Gabriel
Start page 17
End page 37
Subjects Land Use and Environmental Planning
Summary This chapter explores the diffusion of strata title across Australian cities since the 1960s. Based on this review, we identify stages in the housing life cycle of strata-titled property and emerging pressures for redevelopment in greyfield areas of Australian cities. Drawing on data from an urban infill project, we argue that the spatial pervasiveness of smaller scale strata title development is acting as a major inhibitor to precinct-scale residential redevelopment. This is particularly evident in inner and middle suburbs, which in current metropolitan planning strategies are key targets for intensification of development. We conclude by placing Australian strata title development within a wider international context of current legal and planning instruments. Here we compare the positive and unintended negative consequences of contemporary approaches.
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