Wherever you find a group of Aucklanders, you’ll also find a fly on the wall that’s slowly nodding off as the housing crisis debate repeats.
There is no single organisation, no single idea and no single person, no matter how innovative or powerful, that can solve the problem alone. A fresh and more unified approach is needed. It’s time to join the dots.
“Never believe that a few caring people can’t change the world. For, indeed, that’s all who ever have.’”
It’s time to ensure that all the parties, from policy makers to infrastructure providers, developers, construction companies, consultants and planners, are aligned in a common direction with common objectives.
Changing policies, finger pointing, demand, supply, and a disconnect between public and private sector players have all contributed to what has become one heck of a problem.