Posts in Plans & Strategies
Kāinga ora - Homes and Communities Bill

As a National Peak Body for Māori Housing, it was imperative that Te Matapihi provided a submission to the Environment Committee for the Kāinga ora - Homes and Communities Bill

The Environment Committee agreed to invite Te Matapihi to make a submission on the bill. July 17, Te Matapihis General Manager supported by our Lead Communications Advisor, appeared before the select committee to speak to our submission.

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This Resource is to keep you up to date with our advocacy within the Māori Housing Sector. This article is a contribution from our Lead Policy and Engagement Advisor, Wayne Knox who shares the strong values that underpin our organisation, while also detailing its future ambitions as New Zealand’s peak body for Māori housing.

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HLC Mana Whenua Flyer

HLC (Homes. Land. Community) has provided this public flyer, intended for ngā mana whenua groups of Tāmaki Makaurau, extending information regarding their vision for and capability to co-provide community housing alongside treaty partners of Tāmaki Makaurau. HLC have a strong focus on Māori housing needs moving forward, ensuring that a variety of positive community-based outcomes are reinforced holistically through prospective housing projects.

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Ruapehu Whānau Transformation Plan: Housing Survey

The Ruapehu Whānau Transformation Plan (RWTP) was launched in July 2013. RWTP has 23 solutions that sit across five inter-connected focus areas of Education, Employment, Housing, Health and Social. One of the solutions under the Housing area was to conduct a Housing Needs survey. The report contains analysis of data from the 2013 census, and findings of the Survey with recommendations for a future Housing Action Plan.

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Navajo Nation | NHA Planning Manual

The Navajo Housing Authority (NHA) undertook the ambitious task of creating a sustainable planning framework for the Navajo Nation, the largest tribal membership and land base in the United States that includes 5 agencies, 24 regions, and 110 chapters. The goal was to lay out a framework for 34,000 housing units that will satisfy the need for sustainable and cultural housing on the Navajo Nation.

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