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KO Customer Service Fact Sheet in Alert Level 4 – We are here to help

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.

ALERT Level 3 – Customer Placements Letter – MSD only 24 April 2020

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.

CHA Newsletter 4 May 2020

Video: Discussion with UN Special Rapporteur on rights-based housing strategy, Guidance for your organisation operating at Alert Level 3, Upcoming sector meetings, Kāinga Ora resources, Accommodation Supplement a broken tool - time for reform, HUD housing dashboard for March, The Shift Aotearoa on LVR loosening, In the news.

Resource 3 – Checklist Shared Accommodation at Alert Level 3

Resource 3: Checklist: shared accommodation facilities and COVID-19 at Alert Level 3. This guidance prepared by Community Housing Aotearoa (CHA) applies to activity permitted and/or advised under the Government’s Alert Level 3 response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Government Funding Announcement Welcome

Community Housing Providers welcome government funding to keep vulnerable people housed Community Housing Providers are welcoming the Government’s funding boost for homelessness as a key part of an affordable housing-led economic recovery.

CHA Newsletter 28 April 2020

Guidance for your organisation operating at Alert Level 3, Government advice, New government funding to house vulnerable people, Upcoming sector meetings, Haumaru Housing - going the extra mile, In the news.

Resource 1: Decision Tree for Staff COVID-19

To help prevent the spread of COVID-19, any staff who feel unwell with one or more of the symptoms below need to self-isolate, call Healthline or their GP, and inform their manager as soon as possible. Below is a decision tree to help clarify whether continued self-isolation is required and when someone is safe to return to work.

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State of the Sector Survey 2014 snapshot

Introduction Over the past few months and in the lead up to the 2014 General Election, ComVoices has consistently received feedback from community organisations that they are finding it increasingly difficult to make ends meet. To help us gain more clarity around the...

Decent housing a priority to support low income families

In a policy paper on the impact of the housing market on children released today, CPAG says major investment and intervention is required to ensure an adequate supply of affordable housing for low and moderate income families, particularly in Auckland and...

The home affordability challenge – NZIER working paper 2014/4

New Zealand’s crippling home affordability rates cannot be fixed by a single solution such as changing immigration policy or urban planning rules, or imposing a capital gains tax or lending ratios. Read the full report by Shamubeel Eaqub, Principal Economist here.

Estimates for Vote Housing 2014-2015

Contains information on the social housing reform programme, housing affordability and housing supply in Canterbury. Read the report 2014-2015 Estimates for Vote Housing here

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

+04 385 8722

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