Podcast

Books and Beyond

Sunday, 24 March, 2019

Owen Gill

Owen Gill chats with Karen about the ideas in his new book "Turning Point Auckland: radical policy to prepare Auckland for 2 million people." Owen is a public policy advocate who has experience in urban services and regulation in New Zealand and Australia. He was born and lives in Auckland.

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