Housing Crisis debate 7 September

Sep 21, 2017 | Events

This was informative and thought provoking and moved the discussion on how to address the housing crisis a little further forward. With over 200 people showing up, it was a full event. A spokesperson from each political party (bar National) presented their housing action plans at a public audience panel at the Faculty of Architecture and Design, Victoria University of Wellington. Julie Anne Genter of the Greens won the best presenter and Marama Fox of the Māori party – the most entertaining. Parties were encouraged to take a closer look at TOP party policies as being ones worthy of adopting.

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