Members

Community Housing Aotearoa does not provide housing, our members do. CHA’s members include community housing organisations, social service providers, developers, researchers, and many other organisations with a focus on community.

In this section

Members' Directory

Browse our current members

Become a Member

View membership types and join today

Best Practice Information

Info about Covid-19, government support, and other resources

Online Payment

Make a payment to CHA online

Members’ Directory

Diocese of Wellington (Anglican)

Housing poverty has been identified as one of the core issues facing the health and wellbeing of Aotearoa New Zealand. Anglican Movement (Diocese of Wellington), through its housing programme – ...

Downtown Community Ministry Wellington Incorporated

DCM might be a small organisation, but we are working on some of the biggest problems facing Wellington city. We support the most vulnerable people in our city to break the depressing cycle of ...

Dunedin City Council

The Dunedin City Council's Housing is managed by City Property. Because resources are limited, our community housing is targeted to those who most need it.
Dwell Housing Trust

Dwell Housing Trust

Dwell Housing Trust is a registered community housing provider. Dwell provides affordable, quality housing for people on low incomes or in need. Building on their history and wealth of ...
EasyBuild House Packs

EasyBuild House Packs

EasyBuild House Packs are changing the way New Zealanders build houses. Our innovative and unique product allows us to bring affordable, quality homes to the people of New Zealand, that are ...
Gateway Housing Trust

Gateway Housing Trust

Established in 1992 Gateway Housing Trust (better known as Gateway) supports people to wellbeing. Gateway delivers services in the health, housing and social service sectors and currently ...
Gemelli Consulting

Gemelli Consulting

At Gemelli we want to make a difference in this world with the tools we have in our hands. We specialise in commercial strategy, project finance, business case development and impact ...
Habitat for Humanity Dunedin Ltd

Habitat for Humanity Dunedin Ltd

Part of a Global Network, we strive to create a world where everyone has a decent affordable place to live.In Dunedin our efforts are focused on Assisted Home Ownership, also we seek to help ...
Habitat for Humanity Invercargill

Habitat for Humanity Invercargill

Habitat for Humanity (HFH) Invercargill works in partnership with people of goodwill and families in genuine housing and social need to eliminate poverty housing across Southland. Working with a ...
Habitat for Humanity Nelson Ltd

Habitat for Humanity Nelson Ltd

Part of a Global Network, we strive to create a world where everyone has a decent place to live. We do this through our home ownership programme, sending teams to volunteer on overseas builds, ...
Habitat for Humanity New Zealand

Habitat for Humanity New Zealand

Habitat for Humanity builds brighter futures, strong foundations, healthier children and stronger families. Every 24 hours Habitat for Humanity completes 115 homes around the world. The needs of ...
Habitat for Humanity Northern Region

Habitat for Humanity Northern Region

Habitat for Humanity is a global charity offering housing solutions to low income families in 70 countries. It brings people together to build homes, community and hope. Habitat’s vision is “A ...
Haumaru Housing

Haumaru Housing

Haumaru Housing is a registered Community Housing Provider that provides holistic tenancy and asset management services for Auckland Council's portfolio of 1,452 rental units for older people. ...
Home in Place

Home in Place

Home in Place - he ringa akiaki - is delivering a new model of community housing properties and services in New Zealand. As a not-for-profit, regulated Community Housing Provider (CHP), we offer ...
Housing Foundation

Housing Foundation

The Housing Foundation's mission is to relieve poverty by providing affordable housing for low income households in New Zealand. The Housing Foundation provides programmes that will enable ...

Become a member

Membership Benefits

  • CHA advocates on behalf of community housing organisations through submissions, policy positions, and government relations. 
  • Conferences and training at a reduced member rate
  • Fortnightly e-bulletins sent directly to your inbox
  • Access to the CHA quality assurance programmes, trainings, and advice 
  • Participation in member surveys and forums
  • Advance notices about new developments and initiatives.

The CHA Constitution sets out two categories of members – Full and Partner  these are defined below:

Full Membership

These are Iwi, Māori and Pacific Island and Community or voluntary housing organisations and groups which are either:

a) Providers of Community housing, or

b) Groups intending or seeking to become providers of Community- housing, or

c) Groups of residents/tenants of community housing, or

d) Groups which advocate for Community housing or residents of Community housing as part of their work.

The annual fee for Full Members is based on your organisation’s gross income:

1. Up to $1m, the fee is $500 +GST

2. From $1m to $5m the fee is $1,000 +GST

3. $5m and over the fee is $1,500 +GST per annum.

Partner Membership

These are individuals, local authorities, private development companies, and other private and public entities which invest, operate, own or develop affordable, Community and/or Social housing.

If you have a question about which category of membership you should apply for, please contact us to discuss.

The annual fee for Partner Member is fixed at $250 + GST per annum.

The membership year is from 1 Jan – 30 Dec.

Join us by signing up below and pay online here

CHA provides the collective voice for community housing organisations so we can get on with providing homes. They provide the key messages we need heard about growing the community housing sector and how that can happen. CHA also keep us informed in a time when there’s a lot happening that we need to know about

CHA member, Alison Cadman, from Dwell Housing in Wellington

Contact Us

Level 11, Ranchhod Tower

39 The Terrace/102-112 Lambton Quay
PO Box 11543
Wellington 6142

04 385 8722

support@communityhousing.org.nz

Annual Report

No results found.

Strategic Plan

No results found.

Featured Network

Wellington Community Housing Provider Network

Wellington Community Housing Provider Network

Our Place

No results found.

Case Studies

No Results Found

The page you requested could not be found. Try refining your search, or use the navigation above to locate the post.

Media Releases

The Shift Aotearoa conference 2021 issues papers released

Community Housing Aotearoa’s three pre-conference work programmes are kicking off next week with initial zoom meetings in the Narrative Transformation and Housing System Settings streams scheduled for Tuesday 26 January at 10AM and 1PM respectively. Issues papers to...

News

Tenancy Management COP November 2021 summary

tenancy-management-cop-november-2021-summary The final Tenancy Management Community of Practice for 2021 was held via zoom on 11th November 2021. This Community of Practice is relevant for advocates, practitioners, navigators and tenancy managers involved in...

Newsletters

Community Housing Aotearoa (CHA) Newsletter 13 June 2022

Kaupapakāinga: The potential for Māori cohousing, The Shift Directives - Leilani Farha, IN THE NEWS, EVENTS, National Volunteer Week, Te Wiki Tūao ā-Motu, Community Housing Aotearoa (CHA) | MSD Training Series - Session 3: Emergency Housing, Community Housing Aotearoa...

Community Housing Aotearoa (CHA) Newsletter 30 May 2022

Community Housing Aotearoa (CHA) Newsletter 30 May 2022, 2022 Minister of Health Volunteer Awards now open for nominations, Community Finance takes out Innovation in Finance award, Budget 2022 panel discussion, Two new Pacific roles at CHA, NRHCC - winter wellness and...

Community Housing Aotearoa (CHA) Newsletter 17 May 2022

Māori, Pacific needs left out of one size fits all approach to high-density developments, HUD and CHA Online Engagement on draft Public Housing Design Guidelines, In the News, RESOURCES, 2022 updates to healthy homes standards regulations take effect today,...

Community Housing Aotearoa (CHA) Newsletter 2 May 2022

Human Rights Commission releases troubling indicators on habitability, COVID-19 RESPONSE, First funds released from council housing reserve, Seven-point plan released to tackle cost of living, Community Finance nominated for top industry award, In the News, Events,...

Community Housing Aotearoa (CHA) Newsletter 19 April 2022

Haere rā to Brennan Rigby, Manager of Systems Shift, And the Supreme Business Excellence Award goes to…, CHA and Community Finance highlighted as leading housing systems change, Changes to the Healthy Homes Standards finalised, Practical Actions on Climate Change,...

Submissions

Legislation

Reports

Te Whakaruruhau Report

The Te Whakaruruhau Report establishes the peak body services to the Homelessness Sector by Te Matapihi he Tirohanga mō te IwiTrust and Community Housing Aotearoa. The report can be found here: Te Whakaruruhau September 2020

Research

BRANZ research report on ‘exceeding the minimum’ released

This report looks at the question: why don’t landlords choose features that exceed the minimum building standards and what are the enablers to changing this? The aim is to identify the barriers to an improved rental stock and potential solutions to overcome the...

Partitions and units may deliver more homes

RACHAEL KELLY/STUFF Stuff reported on the research saying the type of additional dwellings would include converting basements and attics, placing extra dwellings on existing properties or a detached residence in a backyard or off a rear lane. The idea has been...

2.2 million households expected by 2038

Updated subnational family and household projections released today by Statistics New Zealand indicate future changes in the number and composition of families and households in New Zealand. One person living alone, or many people living together are examples of...

Review of emergency housing occupancy/tenancy agreements

Working alongside the Wellington (Emergency) Housing network, Te Waipounamu Housing Network, the Auckland Emergency Housing Network and the Tenants Protection Association, Christchurch, CHA will review current practice, relevant legislation and best practice to share...

Community Housing Aotearoa

Contact Us

Contact Info

Level 11, Ranchhod Tower,
39 The Terrace /
102-112 Lambton Quay
PO Box 11543
Wellington 6142

+04 385 8722

support@communityhousing.org.nz

Follow On