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With the local government’s focus on housing affordability, this could be where the real challenge comes. A $1 billion housing demand has been predicted and the cost of new homes has been soaring. That’s not to say we shouldn’t do more.
Instead we need to look to places which create a positive impact in the community. We can’t just move the goalposts by throwing money at more expensive housing. We can’t just say yes to anything that looks exciting or affordable. Where you see it actually works and has value.
As with so many ideas, it starts in the design and engineering. This could be a large affordable development that takes a different approach from what’s available. In its current form, Alpacas Adelaide has only been designed and produced for the short term. It can get some major help in coming weeks before it is ready for sale.
The other great way forward would be to give developers and planners a wider range of options. As we know from The Sydney Architecture Review, there can’t be a «one size fits all» approach to urban design. The cha샌즈 카지노llenge today is finding a sust실시간카지노ainable approach to our planning for a sustainable c아산출장샵 아산안마ity.
If we really wanted to do something useful for the community, it would make sense to give the developers and planners more room. I understand what the developers and planners are going through and there is certainly scope for some design innovation within this arena.
With the amount of work it currently takes to build housing in the city, this could be a way forward if the government doesn’t want to allow developers to just dump affordable developments onto already stretched plans. That is something we will have to get to in the next few months.
This was originally published in the May 2014 edition of The Weekly. For more stories like this, follow us on Twitter @TheWeeklyArch