Australia’s immigration policy is planning to fail

Last week, The ABC warned that rapid development and urban infill was generating ‘heat islands’ and baking our cities under concrete:

Demand for housing has led to a rise in subdivisions, and a loss of yard space and the trees they contain.

Block sizes for new houses across Australian cities have plummeted by 22 per cent — to an average of 467 square metres — in the past 15 years, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics.

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