The Government is proposing to transfer up to 2500 social houses in Christchurch to community housing providers (CHPs), Ministers Bill English and Paula Bennett have announced.
A new social housing complex of 120 apartments is to be built on surplus Crown land and an adjoining Housing New Zealand site in Auckland in partnership with local iwi, Ministers Paula Bennett and Nick Smith have announced.
A proposal to transfer the ownership and management of Housing New Zealand (HNZ) properties in Horowhenua will not proceed at this time, the Minister Responsible for Housing New Zealand, Bill English says.
The Green Party Co-leader Metiria Turei launched a progressive ownership plan to provide up to 10,000 new homes for lower-income Kiwis to own, and to empower community housing groups with new financing models to help fix the housing crisis on 19 November .
Mixed income, mixed tenure communities is a term used in this sector for creating successful communities where housing developments are involved. But what do we mean by this? In this article, CHA’s Hope Simonsen and Angie Cairncross explore what a good mixed income, mixed tenure community looks like with Dominic Foote of the New Zealand Housing Foundation.
Lifewise and the Auckland City Mission are seeking two people for their new project for the collaborative Housing First programme in the Auckland city centre.
Auckland Compass Housing Services is a charitable, international community housing organisation with a vision that all people have appropriate and affordable shelter and are engaged in sustainable communities.
Our thoughts go out to those people in Kaikoura and the South Island affected by this week’s earthquake. And those closer to home in the Wellington area dealing with slips, floods and earthquakes - we are there with you. It’s a strong reminder about resilience - keep safe everyone. This week's newsletter includes a focus on mixed tenure housing and community development.
We all know the answer to Auckland’s housing crisis – build more homes that people can afford. But there’s more to it than that. We need to build homes where people want to live: in their current communities and close to their place of work. Auckland Community Housing Providers Network launched their 18 for 4 campaign today as a solution to Auckland's housing crisis.
Last week, Moira Lawler, Sarah Greenaway, Chris Farrelly, and David Zussman (from Lifewise, Auckland City Mission, and Community Housing Aotearoa, respectively) attended the Canadian National Conference on Ending Homelessness.