Today, the Minister of Housing Hon Dr Megan Woods and the Associate Minister of Housing (Māori Housing) Peeni Henare announced a further investment in housing to build up to 131 new homes for whānau who need them most.
Up to 150 new homes will be built for whānau who need them most thanks to a new partnership between the Government and Toitū Tairāwhiti.
Minister of Housing Hon Dr Megan Woods and Associate Minister of Housing (Māori Housing) Peeni Henare have today announced a new investment partnership with Ka Uruora to build up to 172 new homes for whānau who need them most.
Associate Minister of Housing (Māori Housing) Peeni Henare this morning joined partners Toitū Tairāwhiti to open a newly built home for a whānau of 10 at Te Karaka, the fourth of twenty five homes to be delivered in the Tairāwhiti region as part of the Government’s MAIHI Partnerships Programme.
A dawn blessing marking the start of construction of a large, Government supported papakāinga development of 20 papakāinga housing units in Motueka took place this morning.
A critical turning point in the Government’s actions to better support people living in emergency housing motels in Rotorua has been reached.
Hundreds more households living in Māori and public homes are set to benefit from locally generated, clean power, thanks to government funding for trialling small-scale renewable energy projects.
Eligible organisations can now apply for funding in the final round of the Government’s Māori Housing Renewable Energy Fund, which for the first time is opening the door to larger-scale projects.
Rotorua Lakes Council is to join the Tier 1 major urban centres covered by the medium density residential standards (MDRS) in a move that will significantly increase housing supply in the Rotorua Lakes District.
“The 18-month review of the Aotearoa New Zealand Homelessness Action Plan (HAP) shows good progress against the 18 immediate initiatives”, says Associate Minister of Housing (Homelessness) Marama Davidson.
The regeneration of a landmark location on the fringe of Wellington’s CBD will provide warm, dry public homes for an estimated 900 families and individuals.
The Government’s latest delivery of 37 warm, dry homes, opened on a site where buildings had lain empty since the Canterbury earthquakes a decade ago, is another fantastic milestone for the region.
More public housing is on the way for Palmerston North, with the Housing Minister Dr Megan Woods announcing 120 new homes will be built in the city by June 2024.