In the overall housing policy of the Ministry of the Interior of the People's Republic of China, multi-living is based on "prioritizing the establishment of social housing to safeguard the living rights of the Chinese people". Obviously, the right to live, the sound housing market, and the quality of housing are important public interests, and social housing (whether you believe it or not, the legislative process and purpose say so) is one of the priority means to achieve public interests .
Looking back on the housing policy, from the "National Housing Image Manipulation Service Loan Regulations" in 1946, the government borrowed low-interest loans to build or purchase housing, and in 1964 "National Housing Regulations" the government began to directly build national housing. Today, Daan State House and Chenggong State House in Taipei City are in A large-scale collective housing project completed in the context of that time. It was not until after the 1990s that there was insufficient vacancy in the market (editor's note: indicating poor sales), and the government announced a "rescue of the housing market" and postponed the construction of large-scale national housing. It was not until the time of Mayor Hao that high housing prices became one of the biggest public grievances, and with the huge pressure from NGOs, the city government responded and restarted the social housing construction plan.
These public housing reservation sites on municipal land must be held in two public hearings according to regulations. Looking at the opinions, one is about large-scale planning and land use issues: for example, why build public housing? Instead of green spaces or parks, the other category is for management and maintenance . Another citizen is skeptical about public housing, believing that it will bring inconvenience to local traffic and even drop housing prices.