Job Vacancy: Pou Tāhuhu - Senior Advisor Māori Outcomes

This role reports to Te Pou – Head of Māori Outcomes on delivering the Māori Outcomes work plan and fostering key Māori partnerships for the Porirua development project.  The role will facilitate and, where necessary, perform the actions required to positively strengthen the relationships between HLC and tangata whenua toward successful Māori outcomes.

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HLC commits to the delivery of Māori Housing Outcomes

The HLC board of trustees has signed off on six Māori housing outcomes principles to help address the growing needs within the Māori housing sector.

The principles were developed by HLC’s Māori Outcomes team in consultation with mana whenua, and from the feedback provided by the 300-plus attendees at the National Māori Housing Conference in November, 2018.

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Job Vacancy: Ministry of Housing and Urban Development - Kaiaki - Wellington

About the role: 

This cross-cutting senior leadership role is responsible for bringing people together, contributing to and facilitating discussions across our organisation as we address complex issues and decisions. Reporting to a Deputy Chief Executive, you will be responsible for delivering on some of HUD's key programme priorities. In working in collaboration with the wider Senior Leadership team, and People Leaders, you'll ensure key deliverables are achieved.

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Job Vacancy: Ministry of Housing and Urban Development - Kaiaki - Auckland Central

About the role: 

This cross-cutting senior leadership role is responsible for bringing people together, contributing to and facilitating discussions across our organisation as we address complex issues and decisions. Reporting to a Deputy Chief Executive, you will be responsible for delivering on some of HUD's key programme priorities. In working in collaboration with the wider Senior Leadership team, and People Leaders, you'll ensure key deliverables are achieved.

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Job Vacancy: Ministry of Housing and Urban Development - Tumuaki Te Kāhui Kainga Ora

About Tumuaki Te Kāhui Kainga Ora 

Reporting to the Chief Executive, you will build and shape our new Māori Housing and Urban development branch. Bringing together the expertise and knowledge from a range of stakeholders to drive a system change for Māori  housing and urban development.  

Your leadership will support the development of skills and knowledge across HUD to ensure we deliver on Māori outcomes across all work programmes.  


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New community housing for Taumarunui celebrated

A recent purchase of the abandoned Heritage Court apartments on Huia street in Taumarunui via Taumarunui Community Kokiri Trust is being celebrated alongside Ruapehu District Council and Te Puni Kõkiri/Ministry of Māori Development to make way for community housing. The funding for this project has come from a $2.1m Te Puni Kõkiri Investment into the Whānau and Community Investment programme for Taumarunui and Te Kuiti. The funding provided via Te Puni Kõkiri will go towards the repair of existing homes and also to build six new transitional housing units on the purchased Huia Street site, helping to enable support for Whānau towards living better lives and potential home ownership.

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KiwiBuild Buying off the Plans

The KiwiBuild Unit, within the Ministry of Housing and Urban Development, is part of a broader initiative to facilitate the development of affordable dwellings in New Zealand. We are interested in considering Registrations from experienced residential developers who have access to development-ready land and who are willing to adapt an existing (or planned) development to deliver turnkey affordable KiwiBuild Dwellings…

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Healthy Homes Standards

The Healthy Homes Guarantee Act (No 2) passed into law in December 2017, amending the Residential Tenancies Act 1986.

The Healthy Homes Guarantee Act enables the government to create regulations that set minimum standards to create warmer, drier rental homes (the healthy homes standards)

Healthy homes standards - your feedback on making rental homes warmer and drier

The Minister of Housing and Urban Development has released a discussion document on proposed standards to create warmer, drier rental homes (the healthy homes standards), following the passing of the Healthy Homes Guarantee Act in December 2017…

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Settle up - Are treaty deals benefiting all Maori?

Iwi are increasingly using the proceeds from Treaty of Waitangi settlements to fix longstanding problems facing their people. Richer tribes are investing more in social housing, savings schemes and health insurance. But many iwi have received small settlements and struggle to find a balance between investing the returns for the future generations and paying dividends to meet the needs of the current generation…

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National Science Challenges - Building Better Homes, Towns & Cities

Tranche 2 Special Edition

Ruth Berry and Jessica Hutchings, ask that you consider this document and send feedback to them by 2 July via the on-line feedback form or by attending one of the three engagement meetings to be held.

Please note they are not seeking project level ideas at this stage but rather are looking for high level priorities that enable us to collectively deliver on our mission. We look forward to your feedback and continuing to build a strong collective strategy for Tranche 2.

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