The “Uberisation” of the world is creating planning outcomes that are reducing the requirement for ‘in-block’ car parking. This is driving up the demand for inner ring real estate where occupiers are more attracted to apartments that don’t come with the extra say $50,000 - $150,000 for the car space and they also don’t have to shell out valuable and scarce up-front capital for a car – this capital burden has been temporarily shifted to others, thus allowing the marginal bidder to use more of their savings to outbid their competitors.