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Best Thomas Simonson podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Thomas Simonson podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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Stephanie McIntyre addresses the following questions: 1. What is homelessness and why is it important to address? 2. What is the historical setting for homelessness in New Zealand? 3. How other nations and communities address the issue today? 4. What is the path forward for New Zealand's communities? Stephanie’s commitment is to end homelessness by…
 
Kay Saville-Smith discusses, among other issues: 1. Why does egalitarianism matter in general and particularly for councils? 2. What is affordable housing and why is it important for councils? 3. Are there barriers to meet housing needs such as stereotypes and sense of entitlement amongst different social groups or generations? 4. What can councils…
 
LGNZ has developed a podcast to bring interview experts from across disciplines to inform Councillors about key issues underpinning the planning and delivery of housing. This is because housing is a significant issue for all councils. We need to get housing right for the sake of our communities’ social and economic futures. Unaffordable housing is …
 
Scott Figenshow will discuss, among other issues: 1. what “historically” New Zealanders have thought about affordable housing and previous approaches to the issue 2. the definition of “inclusionary zoning”, affordable housing and other key terms 3. if inclusionary housing were successfully implemented around the country, what could New Zealand look…
 
Jade Kake will discuss, among other issues: 1. the definition of contemporary papakāinga, 2. why councils should approach papakāinga housing different from other kinds of housing, and 3. highlight international stories/examples of indigenous housing, and how the information is applicable to New Zealand Jade Kake is an architectural designer, housin…
 
Among other topics, Pamela Bell will cover: 1. a definition of prefabrication and how is it used in the NZ built environment, 2. what market analysis tells us about acceptance of prefabricated housing, 3. sectors that would benefit most from prefabricated housing 4. what can councils do - provided market demand - to incentivise uptake, and 5. the e…
 
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