Old apartments to come down in Dominello’s NSW strata reforms

The redevelopment of Sydney’s ageing strata apartment buildings has moved a step closer with the NSW government releasing draft legislation proposing that blocks can be sold to developers, and demolished, if just 75 per cent of the apartment owners approve the sales.   Read the article…………


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