Lin Youchang, Minister of the Interior, believes that communal housing can meet the needs of the people for housing and public facilities, and it is a major policy that must be promoted for a long time.
(Photographed by reporter Xu Zhuoxun)
[Reporter Xu Zhuoxun/Taoyuan Report] The National Housing and Urban Renewal Center (Zhudu Center) held the groundbreaking ceremony for the "Danhai Comfortable Housing" social housing in Tamsui District, New Taipei City today. As for the benefits of communal housing, in addition to meeting the living needs of the people, it can also solve the dilemma of insufficient local public facilities.
With the formation of the commercial district in Danhai New Town, more and more construction projects have settled in. However, according to the latest low-use housing statistics from the Ministry of the Interior last year, the vacancy rate in Tamsui District is about 16%, most of which are concentrated in Danhai New Town. So far, there is still the problem of "oversupply". The media wonder why the government chose this place to build communal housing?
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Lin Youchang said that the oversupply of commercial housing is a market issue and is determined by the housing market. It is a simple matter of supply and demand, while communal housing is to meet the living needs of the people. Therefore, the policy of communal housing must be promoted continuously in the long run, and the policy direction will probably not change. .
It is also rumored that the move in of communal houses will affect housing prices. Lin Youchang bluntly said that this was a misunderstanding of communal houses in the past. After six years of practice, the impression of the public has gradually changed. In addition to allowing qualified people to move in, it can also solve the problem of insufficient public facilities. Improve the quality of life.
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