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Property boss worries earthquake strengthening law will lead to ghost towns

The owner of a $250m provincial property business fears earthquake strengthening legislation will lead to ghost towns.
 
Brian Green talks about earthquake legislation on NBR Radio and on demand on MyNBR Radio.

Jenny Ruth
Wed, 16 Sep 2015

The owner of a $250 million provincial property business fears earthquake strengthening legislation will lead to ghost towns.

That's because building owners won't be able to afford to do the work and their tenants won't be able to afford to pay the extra rent needed to justify the expense, says

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Jenny Ruth
Wed, 16 Sep 2015
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