As Hawaii faces a housing scarcity, some officers look to Japan’s housing insurance policies for doable options.
Tobias Peter, assistant director of the AEI Housing Heart, primarily based on the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, D.C., will share his data in regards to the “Tokyo mannequin” of housing on July 13 at 11:30 a.m. on the Maui Arts & Cultural Heart.
Hosted by Grassroot Institute of Hawaii, Peter will clarify why Tokyo’s zoning rules, that are way more liberal than these of Hawaii, are key.
Peter has researched Hawaii’s regulatory obstacles to housing and can evaluate them with the insurance policies which have mainly stabilized dwelling costs in Tokyo, the world’s most populated metropolis.
Grassroot Institute government vp Joe Kent will reasonable the presentation and subject questions from the viewers in the course of the Q&A periods.
Admission is $10 through eventbrite.com and consists of parking. House is restricted, so early reservations are inspired.
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