Transforming the great Australian dream : the quarter vs the 30th of an acre block
This paper is focussed on the expanding phenomenon of long term residency in relocatable dwellings, particularly as it has evolved in NSW. The paper provides a description of the nature of long term relocatable home estates, including their economic and social dimensions, and an account of their metamorphosis from traditional caravan parks. Some serious social implications are reviewed, and particular attention is paid to the role and the substantially economic motives of government in...[Show more]
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