Friday, January 15, 2021

Would you vote higher tax on yourself?

Second homes- Communities left 'defenceless' by market forces, councillor says

Snippet from article Meanwhile more than a quarter of councillors - 19 out of 74 - did not vote after declaring an interest in the matter, according to the Local Democracy Reporting Service. That's 25% of councillors who have declared interest or benefit from housing within the area.

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2 thoughts on “Would you vote higher tax on yourself?

  • A good ‘market force’ would be to give people access to housing provided at normal profit margins, i.e. council housing. If someone wants a fancy home they are welcome to pay 300% of the build cost, but an option to buy housing services at cost plus a modest 10% markup would resemble a proper market.

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    • Everyone knows social housing typically is ugly as hell and low quality. Social housing like all economic activity should be done strictly privately and compensated and subsidised strictly by regular means testing.

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