174 new affordable rental homes will built across New Zealand with the help of Government grant funding.
Seven more innovative community-scale energy projects will receive government funding through the Māori and Public Housing Renewable Energy Fund to bring more affordable, locally generated clean energy to more than 800 Māori households.
The largest public housing development in Napier for many years has been recently completed and has the added benefit of innovative solar technology, thanks to Government programmes.
Regions around the country will get significant boosts of public housing in the next two years, as outlined in the latest public housing plan update.
The Government has delivered the next step to protect renters and property owners by introducing a regulatory regime for residential property managers.
A small-scale geothermal energy project that received government funding is now up and running, and providing more affordable heating to 15 new whare.
Housing Minister Hon Dr Megan Woods opened the largest public housing development completed in Rotorua to date today, holding true to the Government’s commitments in the Rotorua Housing Accord.
The Government is delivering a major boost to public housing in Auckland with the opening of the 276 unit Te Mātāwai development on Greys Avenue, that will provide tenants with around-the-clock, on-site support.
Proposed changes for the retirement village sector balance fairness for consumers with ensuring the sector is supported, Associate Housing Minister Barbara Edmonds announced today.
On-site care and support services for some of Wellington’s most vulnerable people is being introduced for the first time to permanent public housing in Wellington City.
Housing Minister Megan Woods has opened 21 new public homes in Masterton today, welcoming the return of new Government-owned public housing to the area for the first time in two decades.
The Government’s landmark Progressive Home Ownership scheme will reach more potential first home buyers, by allowing existing homes to be bought.
Twenty new public homes which will share solar energy collected on their roofs and are built to a high efficiency standard, have been opened on Christchurch’s Riccarton Road today.
The Government has hit a major milestone with the successful delivery of over 12,000 additional public homes since October 2017.
The first Government-led Passive House Development in Australasia will see public housing customers pay around $1 a day to heat and cool their homes, while delivering significantly reduced carbon emissions.
The Government’s plan to increase the housing choices has taken another step forward with the acquisition of a large parcel of land in Halswell, Christchurch, to keep up with housing demand as part of the Kāinga Ora Land Programme.
The first major public housing development in Whangārei for decades has reached completion, with 37 new homes opened in the suburb of Maunu today.
The Government has welcomed the Stage One Waitangi Tribunal Wai 2750 – Housing and Housing Services Kaupapa Inquiry report into homelessness released today.
The Māori Budget this year continues investment in whānau wellbeing, access to whare, and whakapapa, all of which support the Government’s plan to address the cost of living.
Budget 2023 continues the Government’s commitment to tackle the housing shortage by delivering 3,000 more public housing homes, supporting more people at risk of homelessness, building more houses for Māori and those impacted by recent severe weather events.
A fund to stop targeted housing projects from falling over, will soon be open for a second round of applications, after supporting eight developments around the country to go ahead.
A new affordable housing development has been officially opened in the Auckland suburb of Avondale by the Minister of Housing, Hon Dr Megan Woods, today.