Public land agencies in Australia: the key to positive planning?


Brendan Gleeson and Eddo Coiacetto review the historical and contemporary contexts for public land development in Australia, focusing on the rationale for this form of government intervention in urban and peri-urban land markets. They focus on the specific case of public land development agencies: state owned enterprises that participate directly in land markets, via the wholesale or retail sale of land and/or the development of physical structures, including housing.

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