However, residential developments continue to mushroom on the city’s fringe, with Planning Minister Paul Scully approving 13,000 new homes for Appin earlier this month.
“We have a housing crisis. No one said we should have a single response to that problem,” he said. “We definitely can’t get there by having a strategy of simply going out. We must go up. But we also need houses, not only apartments. That means greenfield housing can’t stop completely.”
Property developer Stockland…
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