State house sale plan ‘sugar coated’

Mar 25, 2015 | News

Labour says the Government has used the Salvation Army’s good name to reassure the public that houses will be sold to charities, when in it actually plans to sell them to private companies. The Salvation Army has decided not to buy state houses due to a lack of resources.

In Parliament yesterday, minister responsible for Housing New Zealand Bill English said he could not rule out the idea that state houses could be sold to private developers.

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