National Māori housing advocate, Te Matapihi, welcomes the government’s much anticipated announcements on the KiwiBuild Reset….Read More
“Together we need to design and enable innovative approaches to accelerate whānau, hapū and iwi development,” Minister of Māori Development Nanaia Mahuta says.Read More
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…Read More
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…Read More
Reform of the Residential Tenancies Act 1986
A targeted reform of the Residential Tenancies Act is underway to support the Government’s goal of making life better for renters.
On 27 August 2018, the Minister of Housing and Urban Development released a discussion document outlining proposed changes to the Residential Tenancies Act 1986…Read More
Summit Welcomes Government Commitment to Improving Housing Outcomes for Maori in Auckland
The Auckland Māori Housing Summit has welcomed the government’s commitment to a national housing strategy but says the two years that it will take to develop a strategy is too long for some Māori in Tāmaki Makaurau to wait…Read More
The Auckland Māori Housing Summit will be held on Monday 23 April, convened jointly by Te Matapihi and the Independent Māori Statutory Board.
The summit is an opportunity for Auckland iwi and Māori providers to discuss housing issues with key ministers. It will be attended by Hon Phil Twyford (Minister for Housing and Urban Development) and Hon Nanaia Mahuta (Minister for Māori Development)...Read More
The purpose of the bill is to enable housing development on 11.69 hectares of land on the Point England Recreation Reserve in Tāmaki in east Auckland.Read More