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Managing land-use conflict around urban centres: Australian poultry farmer attitudes towards relocation

Henderson, S. R. (2005) Managing land-use conflict around urban centres: Australian poultry farmer attitudes towards relocation. Applied Geography, 25 (2). pp. 97-119. ISSN 0143-6228

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To link to this article DOI: 10.1016/j.apgeog.2005.03.001

Abstract/Summary

In analysing the release of agricultural land to urban development, the urban fringe literature has not focused on whether farmers are able to relocate from the urban fringe to remoter rural areas. Through interviews with representatives from the poultry industry in two Australian states, this paper identifies that poultry farm relocation strategies are constrained by off-farm economic relations, the land-use planning system and financial considerations. Closely aligned to these constraints on relocation is the on-going process of poultry farm intensification, which is seen as presenting rising problems for land-use management around expanding metropolitan centres in Australia. Of particular concern is the potential for amenity complaints and associated land-use conflicts, which have not been comprehensively investigated. Recognising that existing environmental and land-use planning controls are ineffective in producing amicable solutions when conflict involving poultry farming is at its most intense, the paper calls for improvements to the regulatory system, including greater consideration for how the process of relocation can be encouraged. (c) 2005 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

Item Type:Article
Divisions:Faculty of Science > School of Archaeology, Geography and Environmental Science
ID Code:3613
Uncontrolled Keywords:urban fringe land-use conflict poultry farming relocation constraints conflict management Australia ANIMAL AGRICULTURE SECTOR HOG PRODUCTION POLICY ISSUES UNITED-STATES FRINGE ENVIRONMENT FACILITIES INDUSTRY URBANIZATION INNOVATION
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