I see what you do there. I see what you did there. Pretty funny but maybe you should call the business and consult with the CEO. Get your questions answered instead of relying on hearsay directly. This way you have the information you need for your investment. Cant hurt to have more information if you are making financial decisions right?
Bring down the price of lifts and four to six 6 storey apartment developments with only a few products on each floor may become more affordable and desired (no need for a large stop of flats ). Governments strapped for cash. As needs on open public spending rise while the ability to improve taxes stalls, it is unavoidable that governments will look for method of dispersing the strain. This is seen in casing and urban infrastructure already. In both spheres governments have been looking at the way the private sector and or the third sector may take on more of a job in the provision of social and affordable housing. Urban infrastructure will change to a consumer pays approach.
International labour marketplaces and automation. The gig overall economy is kind of already with the development of the professional here, scientific technical services sector. Automation and technology may remove out many steady, middle income careers in the banking, insurance, financing and administrative areas – the mainstay of metropolitan economies. Price inflation appears to have taken an extended holiday following the inflationary intervals of the 1970s. Some say it is on christmas completely.
What seems to have changed price inflation is asset inflation. Low interest rates and monetary easing has created strong pressure for investment in assets like property and shares. Housing (or at least the land which housing sits) has become a commodity, traded often. Turn around suggests cheap and cheerful design Quick. You will see some demand from the likes of Iwi, community-based organisations and some wealth funds for long term holdings of buildings and land, which suggest a demand for quality, but which may be the minority.
It used to be that land was one of the three factors of creation – land, labour and capital. Sooner or later land seems to have low in importance and perhaps can be totally redundant as a factor of production in an understanding economy. Land seems to have turned from an insight into a more impressive process that generated wealth to being a repository for the prosperity generated by a bit of labour and some capital. The more information and communication technology progresses rapidly, the more that wealth and income are based on inherently physical and subjective possessions, such as land, brands, or beauty.
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Quite a little of rejigging of metropolitan areas will be needed as climate change strengthens – low resting coastal areas will see disinvestment and gradual retreat. Flood plains are certain to get more inundated frequently. Steeper hillsides may be more prone to slips. In every cases development – existing and future – are certain to get displaced. Above all, cities are increasingly about social interaction and exchange, rather than just economic exchange. Mobile technology seems to accentuate the power of individuals to interact, to meet and converse.
Add in the growing variety of retirees and employees in the gig overall economy between projects and the demand on openly accessible urban general public spaces is likely to grow strongly. Every neighbourhood shall need to its local ‘hub’. So what are the implications? Cities need to renew themselves constantly, so at a time of fast technological change nevermore.
They need some ‘slop’ in the machine to enable drop and redevelopment in a manner that does not result in abrupt and substantial disruption and displacement of existing areas. Part of the problem Auckland has is that its buffer of ‘redevelopable’ areas is bound. But cities also need diversity and equity of opportunity so as to respond to social and financial pressures.
They need safe and radiant public realms to support social interaction, an urban fabric that reduces the entry costs for new businesses and businesses, but also positive assistance to build in variety into each neighbourhood. Left to themselves city growth and development can become uneven and unaffordable quickly, and the above trends could increase that process of uneven, expensive (or often ultimately dead end) development.
Too much cheap and cheerful design. Most importantly, towns need choice and variety and that variety and choice must be included in the metropolitan fabric. ‘Public private partnerships’ will be the common call to achieve this. To allow these partnerships, precinct and area centered plans will take over from city-wide plans, with these place-based plans predicated on and building in some transactions over use and delivery of space and resources.