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City Hall Housing Mania


The City Hall has Due to its unilateral focus on new housing, a situation in which blood mist builders turned every square meter of the city to find space for new lucrative housing projects. The cause of the bloodshed is multifaceted, but the most important is that by the end of the 90s, the state took over the corporate tax from the municipalities. The result was that Oslo lost all incentives to engage in business development. For several years, the municipality's only income was personal taxation and Oslo invested naturally enough in housing construction to attract new residents.

The situation today can best be exemplified by the ketchup effect. For many years, almost no new homes were built, until it has now exploded. In 2004, 3 homes were completed in Oslo, the vast majority in the inner city, which is the highest. . .

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