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Policy implications for governing Australia's apartment communities: Tenants, Committees of Management and Strata Managers

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Altmann, E (2015) Policy implications for governing Australia's apartment communities: Tenants, Committees of Management and Strata Managers. In: Housing in 21st Century Australia: People, Practices, Policies. Ashgate, London. ISBN 9781472431134

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Abstract

Increasingly Australians rent or own apartments rather than single dwellings. Governance issues increasingly coalesce around tenants and apartment buildings. Academic research has primarily focused on developer-buyer, owner-occupier, social housing tenants or landlord perspectives. The view of the committee of management or strata managers has not been considered adequately, and nor has that of the private tenant. This chapter explores this gap through presentation of findings from a qualitative research project that investigated the relationship between tenants, owner committees of management, and strata managers in Melbourne. The research investigates tenant issues that committees of management address as part of their usual business.

Item Type: Book Section
Keywords: Apartment, renter, strata title, Australia, owners, governance,
Publisher: Ashgate
Copyright Holders: Ashgate
Date Deposited: 08 Nov 2016 03:03
Last Modified: 09 Feb 2017 00:21
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