Remissions such as this require time to have an effect in the real-world, so continuing this policy is important.
Large-scale central city projects of six or more levels are multi-million dollar investments where viability commercially may be a challenge, and yet our central city benefits from the additional residents/office workers/facilities to a strong degree. I support this policy change.
Our new growth areas in the city are somewhat lacking in community infrastructure (parks, libraries, pools, bus stops etc.) and these need to be funded, so the DC policy will assist with this.
Great idea, really support this given the important role social housing providers play in providing housing supply for a part of the market that may not otherwise occur.
This would manage anomalies that otherwise may well occur when just a formula is applied. Some cross-subsidy is appropriate I think to smooth out these differentials.
Avoiding abrupt changes in DC levels is a good idea.