Friday September 25, 2020

We need to get serious about the housing crisis

Ignoring the problem is not an option when disaster is inevitable – it’s time for action on the ground

28th February, 2016
The housing crisis needs to be sorted sooner rather then later Pic:iStock

Not every crisis warrants or receives an emergency response. For instance, the Syrian war was raging for years before Europe really started to get serious about being part of a humanitarian solution. The same goes for our housing crisis. We all know it’s there, but what are the actual “boots on the ground” manoeuvres being carried out?

Let me tell you what I would do were it left up to me...

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