Nau mai, haere mai. On 1 October, Housing New Zealand joined HLC and KiwiBuild to form Kāinga Ora – Homes and Communities.
Information on this site is still current. For more information about Kāinga Ora visit the Kāinga Ora website.
Different initiatives and programmes aim to support people in housing need. These include the Regional housing development and our Auckland housing programme.
Housing New Zealand manage a number of financial products to help first home buyers to achieve the dream of home ownership.
Housing New Zealand Corporation has developed and published a Sustainability Financing Framework to support the financing of its state housing build programme.
Housing New Zealand is upgrading more homes to improve the lives of tenants.
We work with many groups in the community – from those we work with on new housing developments through to community groups we work with for the benefit of our tenants.
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Masses of students, teachers and family members filled Haeata Community Campus for its market day ahead of Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori, where stalls sold food, jewellery and all manner of goods and services.
Our community group housing partners have been supporting people “to have their own choices, their owns rights, to make their own decisions”.
Housing New Zealand is the proud recipient of a shared award from the Prime Minister for work on the Healthy Homes initiative - helping create warm, dry healthy homes for low-income families.
A group of Housing New Zealand tenants, their whānau and friends have been doing their bit to keep with korowai weaving traditions during Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori
Housing New Zealand has launched a kaupapa Māori language line in its Customer Service Centre (CSC) as part of efforts to contribute to the continued strengthening of Te Reo Māori.
Our tenants take great pride in their properties, and we love acknowledging the work they put in to making sure their house is a home.
Crocheted flowers, rainbows and Noddy-style houses are now exhibited on the fence of a Housing New Zealand and Homes Land and Communities (HLC) development in Roskill South, Auckland.
An Ashburton tenant has been getting creative with driftwood and other items collected from his local beach.
Tenants of a recently completed Housing New Zealand three storey apartment block in central Auckland couldn’t be happier with their new homes.
Willing & Able - Luse and Esther from Housing New Zealand on Vimeo.
Launch pad: Tracy from Housing New Zealand on Vimeo.
Quarterly stats to 30 June 2019 now available
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