The forum brings together Australasian and international academics and researchers to share their knowledge and research on multi-owned properties (strata title, unit title, high rise, subdivisions with owners' corporations, private housing estates, condominiums, common interest developments, homeowner associations and other similarly structured properties).
Discipline and field of research areas may include, but are not limited to:
- built environment
- construction studies
- environmental science
- property and real estate studies
- social science
- tourism studies.
For more information, please contact forum chair Dr Nicole Johnston.
Registration includes attendance to all sessions, morning and afternoon tea, lunch and forum dinner.
All prices are listed in in Australian Dollars.
Standard conference registration: $520 (including GST)
Postgraduate student registration: $280 (including GST)
Additional dinner only ticket: $120 (including GST)
Cancellation of registration must be made in writing to the conference chair.
Registrations are transferable to a colleague at any time prior to the conference, provided the conference chair is advised in writing.
Call for abstracts
We invite researchers to submit an abstract to the forum in any discipline or field of research relating to multi-owned properties. Abstracts should be between 800 and 1000 words. For empirical based studies the abstract should include the research focus, methods, results/findings and main conclusions and/or recommendations.
Due to the nature of the forum and the diversity of the audience, it is important that presenters contextualise the research for an international audience of both academics and industry. Please ensure that you provide a brief overview of multi-owned properties in your country or jurisdiction and clearly explain any terms or jargon that is specific to your jurisdiction or discipline area.
Abstract deadline: TBC
Abstract acceptance: TBC
Acceptance of abstracts will constitute confirmation that the delegate will be scheduled in event's agenda as a forum presenter.
Please submit your abstract and or proposed research to the forum committee.
Forum organising committee
|Dr Nicole Johnston, Department of Finance, Deakin Business School|
|Dr Hazel Easthope, City Futures Research Centre, UNSW|
|Amanda Farmer, Lawyers Chambers on Riley|
|Dr Sacha Reid, Faculty of Business and Law, Griffith University|
Accommodation and transport
Melbourne offers a wide range of accommodation options including:
- Adina Apartment Hotel Melbourne on Flinders
- The Savoy Hotel on Little Collins
- Travelodge Hotel Melbourne, Docklands.
To learn more about getting around Melbourne, please visit Public Transport Victoria.
About the Multi-owned Properties Research Hub
The Multi-owned Properties Research Hub is an exciting new online platform for multi owned properties research. Papers have been submitted by academics, researchers and other sector professionals from around the globe.
The hub was developed by a group of academics and lawyers who saw a need to collate and share research on multi-owned properties across institutional and geographic boundaries. With more people living in multi-owned properties than ever before, governments, practitioners and residents need access to reliable research and opportunities to engage with experts across multiple disciplines.
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