Government’s housing Budget announcement is half of what is needed.
“The Government’s announcement of an additional 8000 public and transitional houses falls well short of what’s needed to fix New Zealand’s housing crisis,” says Scott Figenshow, Chief Executive of Community Housing Aotearoa (CHA).
What are we rushing back to? The non-government charitable sector request:
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Video: Auckland City Mission helping people into emergency and transitional accommodation
More than 110 people have come through the Auckland City Mission’s doors in the past few weeks to access emergency housing, says Helen Robinson, the Mission’s General Manager of Social and Health Services.
Haumaru Housing - going the extra mile, “You’re not alone. We’re just a phone call away.” That’s the focus for the team at Haumaru Housing during the country’s level 4 lockdown, says CEO Gabby Clezy.
Alert Level 3 - Tenant Gives Notice to Placement Guideline
Guidelines for furniture movers working with Kāinga Ora. While New Zealanders work together to eliminate COVID-19, here are some easy steps you can take to ensure you are doing everything you can to help stop the spread. Please follow these guidelines when visiting a Kāinga Ora home.
Guidelines when furniture movers are helping you shift. While New Zealanders work together to eliminate COVID-19, here are some easy steps you can take to ensure you are doing everything you can to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Please follow our guidelines to ensure your house is smooth and safe.
We are here to help Even though all our Kāinga Ora offices are currently closed, we are still open working remotely and here to help our customers. We know this can be a difficult time for New Zealanders so we are taking a very compassionate approach to how we continue our business. The wellbeing of our customers, staff and contractors continues to be our top priority.
Moving to your Kāinga Ora home. Following the Government’s announcement to enter Alert Level 3 in response to COVID-19, we can confirm that you are now able to move. However, under Alert Level 3, there will be some temporary changes to the way we work through your move, including signing the Tenancy Agreement and arranging the keys for your Kāinga Ora home.