Deeply rooted in the hearts and minds of every 4 out 5 adult Filipinos is their ultimate dream: to live a simple and comfortable life.
That ultimate dream could mean owning a car, having the ability to travel around the country, putting up a business or just simply earning enough to provide for the family. Yet, reflecting the old adage ‘There is no place like home’, it was revealed that among the top priorities is to own a place where they feel they most belong.
In their mutual desire to tell the story of one of Filipinos most-cherished aspirations, Inquirer and Ayala Land Inc. are one in the latest edition of Inquirer Briefing and Focus.
A compelling presentation of the current state of housing and urban development in the country, it provides valuable insights on the importance of sustainable living and well-planned communities in the era of rapid urbanization, continuously booming population, and the lingering threat of climate change.
Why is it important for people to have access to safe and secure shelters? What are the ways the country can achieve lasting communities? How confident are Filipinos in their abilities to belong to those communities with their own houses? These and more are available for reading here: http://briefing.inq.news/