Why there will never be Political Consensus on Urban Planning Issues – in One Image

I would also add, consistent with the Homevoter hypothesis, that this means that any national planning policy based on localism will inevitably skew results to those favorable to conservatives (protecting property values) rather than liberals (cheaper housing). The spatial political economy of planning is really very simple.

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