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Update on Emergency Housing Contribution

The Ministry of Social Development has confirmed the Emergency Housing Contribution which the Government announced in February this year will go into effect beginning 19 October.

Community Housing Aotearoa (CHA) Newsletter 7 September 2020

Community Housing Aotearoa member survey 2020, Local Innovation and Partnership Fund, Zoom webinar on RTA changes, CORT partners with ACC to deliver new homes, In the news, EVENTS, NZCCSS and SSPA - Good Information Sharing for Child Wellbeing, New Zealand Green Building Council.

CORT Community Housing New Partnership With ACC

In a first for New Zealand, CORT Community Housing and ACC (the Accident Compensation Corporation) have formed a new partnership to fund, build and manage 100 new homes for people and families on the public housing waiting list in Auckland.

Community Housing Aotearoa (CHA) Newsletter 24 August 2020

Housing webinar a success, HUD Local Innovation and Partnership Fund announced, Applications for He Taupua fund open, Lottery COVID-19 Community Wellbeing Fund and the MSD Community Capability and Resilience Fund information, Government gives $10million for social housing and park in central Wellington, Foundation North makes $2 million impact investment into Salvation Army Community Bond, Major changes to the Residential Tenancies Act, Good Sorts: Former homeless woman dedicates life to helping others out of similar situation, Auditor-General report on public housing, In the news, EVENTS, Upcoming Australasian Housing Institute Training 2020.

CHA – Ōtautahi Case Study

Support from Christchurch City Council is enabling the Ōtautahi Community Housing Trust (OCHT) to extend its provision of much-needed community housing, says Trust chief executive Cate Kearney. Kearney says the Trust’s new Tiwaiwaka Lane development demonstrates what can be achieved when organisations such as hers are given sufficient financial backing.

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NZCCSS vulnerability report 2009-2016

“There is a real contradiction in government support and our members’ experience," says Trevor. Work and Income’s Special Needs Grants for food have decreased by 28% from December 2009 to December 2015, but the demand for food parcels has skyrocketed. Housing New...

Trends in local authority housing

In our first article we looked at the significant upgrade programme that Wellington City Council have entered into for their housing stock. You can find this article here. Our second article looks at the current trends happening across the country by looking at the...

Growth in smaller households predicted

All 16 regions of New Zealand are projected to have more households in 2038 than in 2013, Statistics New Zealand said today. This is based on the 'medium' projection of the 2013-base subnational family and household projections. Most territory authority areas (TAs)...

New book out on New Zealand’s housing crisis

Over the past twenty-five years, the quality and affordability of New Zealand housing has declined drastically, says Professor Philippa Howden-Chapman. Short-sighted and discriminatory housing policies have resulted in a society in which the poor and needy are...

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AHURI Research Paper on Stock Transfers in Australia

See more at: http://www.ahuri.edu.au/ - here. A key point identified is that public housing transfer proposals in Australia have tended to involve only a very limited amount of prior tenant or community consultation, due to short time frames for program implementation...

AFFORDABLE PLANNED HOUSING: A RESIDENTS’ PERSPECTIVE

Recently released findings from the NZ Housing Foundation commissioned research AFFORDABLE PLANNED HOUSING: A RESIDENTS' PERSPECTIVE clearly show that planned, quality, affordable housing developments impact positively on a household’s wellbeing and quality of life....

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