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Squeezed out of Auckland’s housing market

It's not just the low paid who are being squeezed out of Auckland's housing market, its affecting middle income earners too. It will now take a typical Auckland couple nearly eight years to save a 20% deposit on their first home, compared to about four years in other main centres, according to Interest.co.nz's Home Loan Affordability Report.

Cross-party Inquiry into Homelessness releases report

Labour, the Greens and the Maori Party joined forces to hold an inquiry into ending homelessness and released their report today. The Cross-Party Inquiry into Homelessness made a number of recommendations. These include rolling out Housing First as the primary response to severe homelessness; building more affordable homes through an increase in state housing stock, measures such as reducing the cost of building homes and long-term funding for community housing providers to build homes; and creating a national strategy to end homelessness.

Community Housing Aotearoa 30 September , 2016

This newsletter was sent while we were at the National Maori Housing Conference in Tauranga Moana, a fantastic event that five of us from Community Housing Aotearoa attended - we will put a link to the presentations on the website when they're available. Meanwhile in this edition we have: a profile of Monte Cecilia emergency housing trust; a link to CHRA guidance notes, a report on the Housing Data Supply survey and research, news and events.

Speech to the National Maori Housing Conference

Social housing minister, Paula Bennett, spoke today at the National Maori Housing Conference. Here is her speech announcing new emergency housing units in Auckland and the Government's social Housing programme:

Housing older people actually want

Responding to the rising tide of an ageing population KAY SAVILLE-SMITH tells us that older people would like smaller homes and gardens in walkable neighbourhoods, but find it difficult to find smaller suitable homes

Salvation Army seek a Director – social housing

​The National Director, supported by a small team, will be responsible for implementing three key strategic objectives over the next five years – the first is to develop a continuous improvement path of operational excellence; the second is to achieve moderate and sustainable growth with the assistance of government support; and the third is to establish and entrench the “Mission in Place” model into the social housing portfolio.

Kelvin Davis questions Māori housing plan

The Māori Party’s housing plan to put more Māori into more homes has been a complete failure with fewer than five loans granted per year, says Labour’s Maori Development spokesperson Kelvin Davis.

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New Council housing under way in Akaroa

A whakawatea (blessing) and ground-breaking ceremony was held today at the Council’s Bruce Terrace housing complex, where three existing units will be demolished to make way for five new ones. The old units, which were temporarily repaired following the Christchurch...

Strong future neighbourhood community celebrated

Kura Moeahu and Holden Hohaia of Taranaki Whānui ki te Upoko o te Ika (Port Nicholson Block Settlement Trust) provided a blessing of the site and karakia. Gumboots were then donned - with Mayor Ray Wallace, Te Tumu Kāinga General Manager Declan Millin and Port...

​Papakāinga provides refuge in time of need

The Minister has attended the opening and blessing of five two-bedroom, pre-fabricated homes at Kōkōhīnau Marae today. The $2.7 million development was carried out with funding support from the Te Puni Kōkiri Māori Housing Network and the Ministry of Business,...

Spanbild buys Mike Greer Homes in Concision factory partnership

Spanbild, whose suite of brands include Versatile Homes & Buildings, Ideal Buildings and Totalspan Steel Buildings, today said it acquired MGHs' 50 percent stake in New Zealand Panelised Building Systems, trading as Concision, for an undisclosed sum. The building...

KiwiBuild meets IwiBuild

The summit is an opportunity for Auckland iwi and Māori providers to discuss housing issues with key ministers. It will be attended by Hon Phil Twyford (Minister for Housing and Urban Development) and Hon Nanaia Mahuta (Minister for Māori Development). A key focus...

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