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E-ROOM Committee for Melbourne
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The experience of when matters are taken over by the State, had lead to worse outcomes in terms of loss of open space and liveability and better apartments
Land prices are high because the tax system encourages development by investors who overpay for land on the basis of building 1=2 bedroom apartments in high rises for economic return, rather than development for community based on liveable urbanism
Many thanks all for this valuable panel. Question to the panel - Buses, how does Melbourne make them 'sexy' for the mobility context of our city?