Persistent states

the planning and development of Sydney's fringe

Kristian J. Ruming, Nicole Cook

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    Abstract

    Over the past two decades there has been increasing concern over the rise of neoliberal governance. While some researchers are ultimately concerned with the prevalence or spread of neoliberalism; others are attendant to the uneven and multiple ways in which neoliberal projects are realised. Within this framework, the place of large-scale residential property development in Australia occupies an ambiguous place. Drawing on two cases of large-scale residential property development in NSW (Warnervale Town Centre and ADI-St Marys), this paper situates residential development in relation to planning trajectories in NSW and orients this form towards hybrid forms of neoliberalism. We argue that there has been a recentring of the state in infrastructure and service provision in response to the spatial and temporal specificities in which residential development is enacted.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationProceedings of the State of Australian Cities National Conference 2007
    Place of PublicationAdelaide, S. Aust.
    PublisherSOAC : Causal Productions
    Pages841-850
    Number of pages10
    ISBN (Print)9780646481944
    Publication statusPublished - 2007
    EventState of Australian Cities Conference (3rd : 2007) - Adelaide
    Duration: 28 Nov 200730 Nov 2007

    Conference

    ConferenceState of Australian Cities Conference (3rd : 2007)
    CityAdelaide
    Period28/11/0730/11/07

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    Ruming, K. J., & Cook, N. (2007). Persistent states: the planning and development of Sydney's fringe. In Proceedings of the State of Australian Cities National Conference 2007 (pp. 841-850). Adelaide, S. Aust.: SOAC : Causal Productions.