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Housing supply a wobbly plank for October local body elections

OPINION: Any local body politician claiming they will stop intensification rules is making promises they can’t deliver.

NBR columnist Brigitte Morten speaks with Jonathan Mitchell.

Last week, National’s housing spokesperson Chris Bishop and Green’s Auckland Central MP Chlöe Swarbrick turned up to a packed public meeting at St Matthews in the City. The meeting was organised to oppose the implementation of the Resource Management (Enabling Housing Supply) Amendment Act

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