Bare Land Strata
A subdivision of land, as opposed to a building, into separate parcels creates a bare land strata development.
A developer may subdivide bare land (i.e., land without buildings). There may be one or more buildings on the land at the time the subdivision occurs, or buildings might be added later.
Whether buildings are present does not matter: the defining characteristic of a bare land strata development is the stratification of land, rather than a building, into separate parts, some of which are privately owned and some of which are commonly owned. by subdividing the property into several bare land strata lots with a common property road for access. Buyers can purchase the individual bare land strata lots, but the road remains common property in the development.