Volumetric subdivision of mixed use developments is an innovative method for maximising the value of retail and commercial assets in conjunction with residential accommodation. It is regularly utilised in NSW and Queensland but not in Victoria. This presentation by Rhett Oliver, the national head of property development at Colin Biggers & Paisley, outlines the benefits of this approach. This presentation was originally given to the Association of Consulting Surveyors of Victoria.

To view the webinar recording, click here:

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To view the presentation slides, click here:

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