When housing affordability is raised in the media, the story is invariably about how hard it is for first homebuyers to plant a foot on the property ladder. But the real housing affordability crisis is among those not even in the hunt for home ownership.
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Australia's population is growing rapidly and is being directed almost entirely into big, seaboard cities, straining infrastructure, housing availability and services such as transport, health and education. It is a circumstance that seems to have caught policy-makers off-guard and which now presents some very formidable challenges for governments, corporations and professionals whose job it is to bolster and sustain urban development.