Here is the latest report from Housing New Zealand.
This survey has been set up by Community Housing Aotearoa to document the scale, activities and growth of the community housing sector.
By Shamubeel Eaqub in Housing Finance International; Autumn 2016; The state of housing the housing market in New Zealand.
While there are sufficient numbers of housing being built through the cycle, it is not accessible to all, says Shamubeel Eaqub in this article from Housing Finance International.
Managing urbanisation by looking after smaller as well as larger centres, clarifying the political power of local government, and clearly identifying greenhouse gas emission implications of city-based development, are among crucial issues identified in a report on New Zealand produced in time for a United Nations conference this month
The September 2016 quarterly social housing register figures have just been published by the Ministry of Social Development.
A new report shows there is a massive inequality concern that is rightly troubling many New Zealanders: housing. In short, New Zealand’s ‘inequality crisis’ is really a housing crisis.
As urban house prices in New Zealand soar, are we in danger of building socially stratified, exclusive cities of privilege?
CHA would like to thank all of you who took the time to respond to our survey for the quarter ending 31 March 2016. We are building on the work conducted in 2014 to get a more comprehensive and dynamic view of the sector.
Research by Bryan Perry, Ministry of Social Development, Wellington; August 2016 into housing costs in relation to household incomes.
The cross-party homelessness inquiry of Labour, Māori and Green Parties are asking people who are homeless, those who were once homeless, those working with the homeless and concerned New Zealanders to share their experiences and solutions to this issue. CHA have worked with He Kainga Oranga/Housing and Health Research Programme to prepare a two-part submission for the inquiry.