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Emergency housing providers have nowhere to send homeless families

Emergency housing providers are warning more homeless families will be sleeping in cars, parks and garages in Auckland this winter because of a desperate shortage of cheap accommodation.They say the crisis is worse this year because emergency motel units are already full, and at least one marae which helped people last winter won't be reopening its doors.

Release of the EOI on Christchurch HNZ stock transfer

Government issued an Expression of Interest to community housing providers interested in taking over ownership of up to 2500 social houses in Christchurch. As part of this deal, the new provider will be required to provide at least 150 additional new social housing places.

Auckland emergency housing network update

The Minister for Social Housing, Amy Adams, met with the Auckland Emergency Housing Network (AEHN) on 31 March, at the end of a busy day of meeting, greeting, visiting and celebrating with pacific and community housing providers.

Shamubeel Eaqub rails against government failures that led to an undersupply of 500,000 homes over 30 years and rising societal gaps

"It’s not about smashed avocados" - Shamubeel Eaqub, Wellington, 5 April 2017 New Zealand’s political leadership has failed for decades on housing policy, leading to the rise of a Victorian-style landed gentry, social cohesion coming under immense pressure and a cumulative undersupply of half a million houses over the last 30 years, economist Shamubeel Eaqub says.

30 March 2017 CHA newsletter

In this newsletter you will learn who else is presenting at the CHA IMPACT conference 2017. You'll see a link to an article on a response to homelessness in Wellington. There's information on HNZ stock transfers in Tauranga and Christchurch and we have information on some important events over the next few weeks.

Introduction to Housing First with Dr Sam Tsemberis – Auckland workshop

Participants at this workshop had a rare opportunity to learn about Housing First from its founder, Dr Sam Tsemberis. Over 80 representatives from housing organisations across Auckland and as far afield as Tauranga and Bay of Plenty, were hosted by Housing First Auckland and Community Housing Aotearoa at the magnificent setting of St Matthews-in-the-City.

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New Housing and Urban Development Ministry

The new Ministry of Housing and Urban Development will be established from 1 August. It will officially start operating on 1 October. “Addressing the national housing crisis is one of the biggest challenges our Government faces. The new Ministry will provide the focus...

New Ministry of Housing and Urban Development welcomed by CHA

The new Ministry will provide the coordinated policy advice required to deliver better housing outcomes.We think this will contribute to our sector’s vision of all New Zealanders well-housed. CEO Scott Figenshow says “We expect this will enable government to maximise...

Ending Homelessness in Aotearoa – Will Budget 2018 do the trick?

An estimated 41,000 people in a nation of 4.7 million people are in ‘severe housing stress’ - living in cars, tents and garages. These figures are just the tip of the iceberg, however, and homelessness needs to be seen in the context of failures in the wider housing...

25,000 Northlanders in healthier homes

Healthy Homes Tai Tokerau (HHTT) this week celebrated a decade making Northland homes warmer and drier – 5037 homes in the Far North, 808 in Kaipara and 3235 in Whangarei District – improving health outcomes for around 25,000 Northlanders. That is the view of Ngaire...

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