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Public consultation to improve housing affordability in NSW

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Communities are built on the sharing of ideas and exchange of knowledge. Securing NSW and Sydney’s place in the global economy and securing sustainable growth will require innovative ways to approach housing affordability.

 

To help address this issue, the Department has engaged Global Access Partners (GAP) to host an online consultation on Open Forum to give the community an opportunity to voice their opinions and suggest possible solutions. We invite your comments on what can be done to improve housing affordability by Thursday 8 June 2017 at midday AEST.

 

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