Everyone realises what a dire situation we’re in with housing stress. We’re still a million front doors short when it comes to affordable housing. Lots of well-meaning people are coming up with solutions. But I’m not sure they’re going to work. National Housing AccordWith its National Housing Accord, the Government aims to bring all levels of government together with investors and construction sector experts to meet their target of one million new, well-located homes to
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