30 September 2015
In a recent set speech the Hon
Bill English has once again attributed inequality, poverty and the lack of
affordable housing within New
Zealand to ‘planners’, citing Auckland
as the ‘most evident indication of the problem.’
The regions of New Zealand face quite different pressures. Land availability and housing affordability are not typically problems that confront provincial New Zealand and yet poverty is very evident in our provinces. This in itself should suggest that there is no one single catalyst at work here, albeit planners who recommend planning regulations or the local government councillors who endorse or reject them. All of which operate within a nationally determined and owned planning legislative regime...Read More
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