Social housing tenants have new homes in Glen Innes

Jul 27, 2016 | News

Tenants of one of the homes: Tami, Todd, Zach and Andrew

The homes include a mixture of one and two bedroom properties, three of which are wheel chair accessible featuring wide hallways and fully accessible bathrooms.

“These homes are great examples of the kinds of properties we’re committed to building,” says Accessible Properties’ General Manager Andrew Wilson. “They are good quality and conveniently located. They are opposite Glen Innes School, on a bus route and close to the railway station. The Glen Innes shopping centre is also close by.”

Accessible Properties is a Registered Community Housing Provider and a member of Auckland Community Housing Providers Network and Community Housing Aotearoa. It is a charity that currently manages 1,400 social housing units throughout the country. Accessible Properties’ tenants are eligible to apply for the Government’s Income Related Rent Subsidy. “We prioritise our tenants and pick tenancy managers that are committed to getting the best outcomes for the people in our homes,” says Andrew Wilson.

One of the five new homes.

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