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Pre-1994 apartheid laws had a marked impact on urban land use patterns in South Africa. A new government came into power in 1994 and the Group Areas Act had been abolished. The resultant integration of residential suburbs was initially slow, but is occurring at an increasing rate. In this paper,...
Environmental issues have gained increasing attention in Singapore because of its small size and lack of natural resources. Since the 1970s, the Ministry of the Environment has striven to make Singapore environmentally-friendly. The 2000 Global Competitiveness Report published by the World...
This paper addresses the practical problem of apportioning the value of land equitably between joint owners of developed property in China in a logical way. Allocation of land share by existing methods causes unfairness. A new concept, using the ratio of land floor value, is introduced and an...
Current planning schemes in Australia identify areas that are potentially liable to flooding. This identification of flood‐liable land is based on flood height levels over time. Throughout New South Wales (NSW) this measure of flood affectivity is determined by three classifications. These...
This paper debates the key concepts of fair value, value in use and existing use, as they relate to the valuation of owner-occupied property assets. Changes to the professional body regulatory and advisory frameworks (International Valuation Standards Committee (IVSC), the European Group of...
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