SA Economy

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Re: SA Economy

Postby [Shuz] » Thu Apr 20, 2017 10:54 am

Whilst the population growth numbers are a bit disappointing, the massive advantage we have is planning new suburbs in a more proactive approach than a reactive one. Melbourne just recently announced the development of 17 new suburbs on the city fringes. My bet is they will be poorly serviced and lack adequate transport infrastructure. in the urban fringes We are far better positioned to preserve transport corridors, protect agricultural regions and national parks and design good quality and accessible new neighbourhoods. In the inner city we can sustainably preserve character areas and strategically infill new housing where appropriate. The government is getting it absolutely right on infill. Not too much too fast, yet coordinated.
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