08 October 2014
Regardless of whether the government accepts or rejects a growing gap in equality within New Zealand, it has agreed that there are a variety of national and international issues that cause inequality, including finance and tax policy, under and un-employment, the pressure of foreign investment etc.
NZPI is therefore surprised and disappointed at Minister Bill English's recent comment that the single biggest contributor to the gap between the haves and have nots is 'urban planning processes'. This view is unsupported in any publicly available government report on inequality within New Zealand. On the contrary, the evidence available suggests that urban planning processes play a negligible part in housing affordability which is now being inextricably linked with inequality ...
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