Local Government Reporter - Special Issue 2012
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Local Government Reporter
is a national newsletter which offers coverage on the development of the law and policy affecting local government throughout Australia.
Planning law, just like every area of law, is not static and is subject to amendment by parliament through legislation and the judiciary through decided cases. With an ever increasing population and shortage of residential land, especially in Australian cities, smaller homes on smaller blocks of land, units, townhouses and villas have become the more prominent desire.
This special themed issue of Local Government Reporter
offers readers a comparative look at the development appeal process, as it relates to residential buildings (including their modification), in each of the Australian mainland states, including NSW, Queensland, Victoria, SA and WA.
Table of Contents
1. Preface: residential development in the Australian mainland states
2. Residential development in New South Wales
By Jodie Wauchope and Danielle Slimnicanovski GADENS LAWYERS
3. Residential development in Queensland
By Peter Rowell and Wade Micke ASHURST
4. Residential development in Victoria
By Tony Raunic and Sasha Jeffrey-Bailey HUNT & HUNT
5. Residential development in South Australia
By Joanna Oborne and Victoria Shute KELLEDYJONES LAWYERS
6. Residential development in Western Australia
By Kristy Robinson McLEODS
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