Working people, people on minimum wage, people on low and middle incomes....are all working people!Again, you’re oscillating wildly between different points.
First it was “working people”; then it was people on the minimum wage; now you’re back to people on “low or middle incomes”.
Which is it?
You are deliberately dodging the issue.And do people have some sort of entitlement to live and work in the same suburb?
There is no entitlement to live and work in the same suburb. But there is a reasonable expectation that if you work, it will afford you the opportunity to find suitable accommodation at an affordable price.
Currently that is not the case, as you will be aware from reading about the house subdivided into 11 apartments for extortionate rents.
This is a both a market and policy failure.