By Tim Sheehan
The City Futures Research Centre of the Faculty of the Built Environment in the University of Sydney (which I will call the C.F.R.C.F.B.E.U.S. for short – I’m joking) has recently published a report entitled Governing the Compact City, authored by Dr Hazel Easthope, Bill Randolph, Prof Jane Marceau and Dr Raymond Bunker.
Not all lot holders have the same income stream and their ability to fund improvements is not limitless. To live in a scheme should be a decision not taken lightly as you become part of a community and decisions on expenditure, behaviour and external appearance of lots is not yours alone.Read more