Living Centres.

I was having a rant on Twitter this morning about this current Liberal Government continuing to invest in Coal and other fossil fuels, selling our natiional and natural assets to foreign ownership, encouraging the use of GMO and big farming that is cruel and wasteful.

And it came to me that with the return of LOCAL small businesses we need to solve the issues of quality, variety, convenience.  Three things are needed:

  1. Vision
  2. Desire
  3. Ingenuity

Coupled with:

  1. Technology
  2. Flexibility
  3. Leadership

How do we group small businesses so they effectively compete with the convenience, variety and prices of the big supermarkets and department stores.

Simple - make Living Centres with electric golf carts that people stand on and go shop to shop carrying their purchases.  Browse, no drama with heavy things. 

  1. And/or home delivery.
  2. And/or online click and pick up.
  3. And/or concierge service for other things.

Make it easy, clean, simple to shop in Shopping Parks.  Fresh garden produce, grown on-site.

Under-cover - energy efficient, clean, convenient, full of artisans, performers.

Living Centres.  Sharing.



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