Letters 17 November 2012

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17th November, 2012
MAKING HOUSING AFFORDABLE Jane Clifton’s commentary on housing affordability (Politics, November 10) suggests that planners and local authorities, in combination, are wilfully trying to avoid opening up land for development while trying to shoehorn people in to high-density homes they don’t want. In this debate it is important to look beyond the problems of Auckland and take a New Zealand-wide perspective. In regional centres across the country, local authority planners ...

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