All The Shift Aotearoa interviews and content this week speak directly to this question, and it requires solutions and interventions across our housing system. These solutions aren't entrepreneurial, wildly or even overly aspirational and they're not primarily innovative, although there is innovation.
We can build a resource flow into public affordable housing by putting in place a series of levers: capital gains tax, public value uplift, and inclusionary zoning to start with. This is the basic kete for funding affordable housing, or making it happen. For our content and housing visions from New Zealanders: https://theshiftaotearoa.wordpress.com/visionweek-2020/
Most people have realised that housing is really important for the safety and wellbeing of families.
It's self-evident we need system wide action on housing to ensure we are driving toward a housing future that works for all of us.
This morning a group of amazing housing minds explored the idea of the housing system, and what needs to change. Buyer be ware: if you really want to 'solve housing' then watch out, it get's hardcore, but there are also real proven solutions currently being resiled from: https://theshiftaotearoa.wordpress.com/visionweek-2020/
I got certain question about our 170 plus dwelling development ready to and I received no support today and no my questions were answered. What is the point of creating all these groups with "holistic approach" if government organizations do no support regardless where we go
Hi Alla, can you be more specific about what you need from Government? I'm not 'government' but I suspect relevant government agencies have a range of tools and supports, and blind spots, which would depend on the circumstances - not that there will be any guarantee of moving any barriers you are experiencing. Like to hear more... or touch base at email@example.com https://theshiftaotearoa.wordpress.com/visionweek-2020