Managing the development of multi-titled golf complexes
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Multi-titled golf development (MTGD) complexes represent an increasingly popular form of living in Australia. This form of living presents some particular challenges due to the number of stakeholders involved (eg, complex developer, body corporate service provider, accommodation owners, golf-course owner and other potential commercial operators). In this study, qualitative data collected from thirteen interviews with Queensland-based developer representatives and body corporate managers experienced in MTGDs is examined to explore issues arising from the protracted involvement of developers in the life of an MTGD complex. The role of the body corporate management function is also examined and a potential for a conflict of interest arising noted. The importance of developing a sense of community in a MTGD is also observed and commented on. Academic and practical implications as well as future research opportunities are outlined.
Pacific Rim Property Research Journal
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