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Urban fringe claypits
Claypits, which primarily produce materials for construction, are often located on the urban fringe – situated to take advantage of cheap land and outside of the stricter regulatory context of town planning boundaries but close enough to efficiently service their market. In Melbourne, the fringe location of claypits has frequently brought them into overlap with the expanding urban growth boundary in both historic and contemporary contexts. This paper follows the urban fringe of Melbourne in adoi:10.25916/5c242c9dd4739 fatcat:asdfihgo6ja5hnteh4m2bwzj7q