The point of incremental change is to grease the machine, making a more efficient model than what existed prior to the change.

In contrast to how gradual changes improve a preexisting system, radical change calls governments to move past current practice to create an entirely new system better suited to the obstacles presented.

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My family and friends know I am a little obsessed by New Zealand’s housing situation. For a long time I have believed that our towns and cities are profoundly broken. I have grave concerns that the way New Zealand manages the built environment means the housing crisis…

Brendon Harre

Trying to optimise amenity and affordability values for urban areas

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