Paradise planned: socio-economic differentiation and the master planned community on Sydney’s urban fringe
Since the mid 1980s the character of residential development on Sydney’s urban fringe has become increasingly socially and economically differentiated from older more established outer ring suburbs.
Aspirations of residents from culturally diverse backgrounds moving to MPEs in newly emerging suburbs
New residential land in the outer suburbs of metropolitan Melbourne is predominantly being developed in the form of Masterplanned Estates. These areas are becoming culturally diverse with a significant proportion of recently arrived migrants settling there. This paper investigates the aspirations of the residents of...