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AHURI final report 290

This report is part of an AHURI Inquiry into social impact investment for housing and homelessness outcomes and addresses the question: What are the actual, potential and perceived opportunities and risks of social impact investment (SII) for housing and homelessness policy in Australia? It examines different SII finance options and uses financial modelling and case studies to address this question with a focus on access to housing and support for vulnerable households.

MSD quarterly report December 2017

The latest Housing Quarterly Report December 2017, that includes the latest figures for the Social Housing Register and an overview of MSD’s housing support, has been published.

SmartGrowth – Housing Need and Demand Report

The SmartGrowth Housing Need and Demand report was prepared for SmartGrowth Bay of Plenty Partnership, Tauranga City Council, Western Bay of Plenty District Council, and Bay Trust by Community Housing Solutions.

A Stocktake of New Zealand’s Housing

​Today Minister Tywford released ‘A Stocktake of New Zealand’s Housing’, an independent report that examines our housing system. It confirms what we expected – our housing system is failing many New Zealanders – and reveals the true extent of hidden homelessness.

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Community Housing Aotearoa (CHA) Newsletter 4 October 2021

Message from Chief Executive, SUPPORT FOR MEMBERS, Be part of 'The Big Auckland Morning Tea Shout' for Auckland's frontline community workers, HUD launches new interactive housing dashboard, Submissions close tomorrow on new legislation for restricting terminations...


Proposed Charities Act could remove the right to appeal

Update on progress of the bill: On Wednesday morning Marianne from Action station went to Parliament to present in person Action Stations crowd-sourced submission on the proposed changes to charities law. The Chair of the Select Committee, Ruth Dyson, asked her to...

CHA submission on Incorporated Societies Act

CHA have two areas of concern in the bill, these relate to: 1. changes to the number of members a society must have to register an incorporated society 2. the number of days to appeal decisions to the High Court. You can read the submission here: CHA submission Inc...

CHA submission on Healthy Homes Bill June 2016

CHA strongly support revision to the bill so that it activates a performance-based standard, for example, requiring properties to be able to achieve the World Health Organisation recommended interior temperature of 18C year-around (and 21C in certain circumstances)....

Auckland Council housing provision consultation

Their proposalis to partner with a third party social housing provider to form a new CHP that is separate to the council but that the council have a minority interest in. It appears that they are pursuing a similar path to Christchurch City Council which has stated...


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A Stocktake of New Zealand’s Housing

I commissioned independent experts to report on the state of housing in New Zealand to provide an additional important contribution that will help inform Government policy decisions. This report assesses the key parts of our housing system; examining market renting,...

Auditor-General report on social housing

The Auditor-General published a report today looking at how well Housing New Zealand uses information to meet the needs of its tenants in its management of tenancies, maintenance of houses, and management and investment in new and existing housing. They made a number...

Bay of Plenty SmartGrowth report on housing need

Ian Mitchell (left) and Chris Glaudel, report authors, on housing trends in Tauranga and the rest of the Western Bay. Photo/George Novak The Bay of Plenty Times says an analysis of figures showed that only 1300 of Tauranga's 16,500 renters earned enough to affordably...

Report on the Getting Ready workshop 23 November

Four areas were identified as key for the sector to focus on over the next 100 days. Participants felt strongly that an offer from the community housing sector be made to help activate KiwiBuild. The four areas are: 1)Central purchasing / procurement at...


Housing supply data survey – update

These responses yielded some exciting results. The 20 community housing organisations who responded provided information on 2,225 homes across New Zealand with an occupancy rate of 98%. We observed great diversity in the types of housing being provided by the sector:...

Number of housing consents doubled but is it enough?

The highest number on record was in the June 1974 year, when 13 new homes were consented for every thousand residents (compared with an average of nine for the decade). In the year ended June 2016, the regions that consented the most new homes per thousand residents...

Severe housing deprivation in Aotearoa/New Zealand 2001-2013

“In 2013, more than half (52 per cent) of homeless adults were working, studying, or both, up from 49 per cent in 2006,” Dr Amore says.Read the press release here. The key findings in this research show: ·The severely housing deprived or 'homeless' population has...

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