The Mayoral Housing Affordability Taskforce has presented its report to the Queenstown Council.
On the 28 April 2017 the Auckland Community Housing Providers network hosted a workshop with the Associate Minister of Social Housing, Hon Alfred Ngaro. The workshop was designed to identify the issues, barriers and solutions to community
housing organisations stepping-up at greater scale to more robustly assist in addressing Auckland’s severe housing problems.
The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment has made raw rental bond data available to the public.
We have prepared our submission on the MBIE fire safety draft design guide. The proposed design guide is of great interest to our members providing residential community housing.
Establishing an independent not for profit organisation, tasked with solving the City’s housing woes is crucial – and just one of the key actions identified in the first Auckland Housing Summit report.
In its report 'Taking Stock', The Salvation Army estimates New Zealand needs to build a minimum of 2000 social houses a year for at least the next decade just to meet demand.
New Zealand homes are frequently damp, mouldy and cold, and many Kiwis sleep in unheated bedrooms, putting their health at risk.
The substandard condition of New Zealand’s rental accommodation has renters and landlords divided in a new survey.
These pages from " The material wellbeing of NZ households: overview and key findings from the 2017 Household Incomes Report and the companion report using non-income measures (the 2017 NIMs Report) look at ongoing housing costs and housing quality.
This seminar will present key findings from a comprehensive study commissioned by BRANZ, into the private rental housing sector in four New Zealand cities, with a focus on Auckland.