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Paper eres2008_138:
PUBLIC RISK PERCEPTIONS OF HVOTL IMPOSITION AND PROPERTY INTERFERENCE IN AUSTRALIA

id eres2008_138
authors Elliott, Peter; Clive Warren
year 2008
title PUBLIC RISK PERCEPTIONS OF HVOTL IMPOSITION AND PROPERTY INTERFERENCE IN AUSTRALIA
source Book of Abstracts: 15th Annual European Real Estate Society Conference in Kraków, Poland
summary As a result of recent population increases in South East Queensland, significant pressure has been placed on existing infrastructure, particularly linear infrastructure such as roads, high voltage powerlines and water pipelines. Hence the need for significant upgrading and the subsequent use of compulsory purchase powers for land acquisition. However, little attention has been given in professional and academic literature to assessing public perceptions of infrastructure suppliers with respect to property interference and the negative externalities associated with such infrastructure provision. Results of 4 focus group surveys into public perceptions of power line infrastructure provision are discussed and attitudes towards property interference and environmental risk analysed. The research forms a platform for developing a model of externality effects on public risk perceptions and property value.
keywords Linear infrastructure, compulsory land acquisition, public perceptions, risk, externality effects, property value
series ERES:conference
email p.elliott@uq.edu.au
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session G4
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