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Zoning isn’t to blame for Australia’s soaring house prices

By Mark Limb, Lecturer in Urban and Regional Planning, Queensland University of Technology
Cameron Murray, Research Fellow - Henry Halloran Trust, University of Sydney
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Among the many explanations put forward for soaring home prices, one we hear repeatedly is zoning — the regulations that govern the purposes for which land can be used, including how densely people can be housed in different locations.

The real estate industry says if only we

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