Blame Game Must Not Be On The Menu At Housing Affordability Summit

Property Council | December 02, 2016

Blame Game Must Not Be On The Menu At Housing Affordability Summit
The summit meeting of federal, state and territory treasurers in Canberra to discuss housing affordability must not become another episode of the blame game says the Property Council of Australia.“Australia’s dire housing affordability is a direct consequence of housing deficits in our cities,” says Ken Morrison, Chief Executive of the Property Council.“According to Federal Government data, Australia has a housing shortage of about 200,000 dwellings.

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