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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...5yrs

@6HC49WDNew Zealand First answered…2yrs

The owners of land that receive a capital gain should be taxed to help cover the cost of infrastructure. The government should cover the bare minimum of infrastructure costs to keep housing affordable, with increased investment based on the most efficient use of that capital, near transport hubs.

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...5yrs

No, we should limit immigration to slow down the housing demand instead

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...5yrs

While more houses need to be built, this will not solve the housing crisis entirely. All assets should be taxed, to scare off investors and property moguls who are trying to make a quick buck off the less fortunate, who will most likely be renting their whole lives due to an extortionate market.

@6GZNLSY answered…2yrs

No, we should stop urban sprawl and increase density in already populated areas.

@95Q2FPC answered…2wks

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@95KSND5 answered…3wks

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@martinnes answered…3mos

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@933LLLW answered…5mos

@8Z875W6 answered…8mos

Remove Government shares and legal protection for fletchers and reinstate the ministry of works, open up trade for foriegn construction materials, weaken the power of RMA

@8Z7SRBH answered…8mos

Yes, but the housing should be big apartments to decrease the amount of land used.

@8T4K8M8 answered…1yr

Yes they should make it better but probably not for housing just make better what we have

@8RMDC9J answered…2yrs

@8RL3KSY answered…2yrs

Yes, but property currently sitting empty should be rented out to those in need of housing too.

@8RC6L7G answered…2yrs

@8JMDN4X answered…2yrs

Yes but we should also limit immigration to slow down housing demand

@8J82HPC answered…2yrs

No more GREEN plants trees If we had national as our government we would waste 6 Bil Dollers just on ackland infurstructer and have to cut down all the trees so we could have national Being rich again we could just spend a few million Dollers on infurstrutre plant more trees flowers fruit vege tadles and herds and Be safe again

@8HZC27T answered…2yrs

I think the construction of more housing needs to be looked at and very well planned. Existing communities should be a priority.

@8HYDGMH answered…2yrs

No, housing should be intensified to use existing infrastructure which should then be well maintained.

@8HSNMZV answered…2yrs

i think housing should be delayed until transmission gully finishes

@8HRNP28 answered…2yrs

Depends on the type of housing. If it's mansions, the developer and buyer should pay, if it's affordable housing for normal people it could be subsidised by the government to make housing more avvordable. Foreigners and non residents should absolutley pay for the development of services.

@8HNRZGQ answered…2yrs

Yes, but not at the expense of New Zealand bushland and natural parks

@8HMNJQW answered…2yrs

No, but government need to take an environmental approach by promoting compostable toilets, or worm sewerage facilities

@8HHD7B2 answered…2yrs

Should increase spending on infrastructure to make sure it is up to standard

@8HG29YD answered…2yrs

No but more opportunities for private investors to support infrastructure should be available

@8HFXVTP answered…2yrs

yes but no roads no water yes and getting better sewerage pipes so they don't pollute our lakes,oceans and rivers

@8HFVH46 answered…2yrs

Just update the roads that are in need of repairs /widening due to traffic

@8HBTKL9 answered…2yrs

No, because the current upgrades to our roads are downgraded, if that changed, then yes.

@8H8GVN2 answered…2yrs

Housing should be rezoned for high density housing new Zealand wide

@8H77HKB answered…2yrs

Invest in more innovative, sustainable infrastructure technologies.

@8H5YPYC answered…2yrs

No the footprint of housing is to big and we dont have the water or sewerage to keep up with what we have now

@8H48RGP answered…2yrs

Yes and private developers contribute to support their development in the area.


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