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  • More social housing for Auckland
    A new social housing complex of 120 apartments is to be built on surplus Crown land and an adjoining Housing New Zealand site in Auckland in partnership with local iwi, Ministers Paula Bennett and Nick Smith have announced.
    23-11-2016 more >>
  • Government injects another $300m into emergency housing
    More emergency housing places, more support for tenants and more frontline staff have been funded in the next step in the Government’s comprehensive housing plan.
    07-11-2016 more >>
  • Hundreds helped into housing independence
    The Government has granted nearly $2.5 million in assistance to help people move from social housing to sustainable private housing, freeing up places for those who need it most, Social Housing Minister Paula Bennett says.
    09-10-2016 more >>
  • Government secures more emergency housing
    A target of around 3000 emergency housing places funded per year has been exceeded and Social Housing Minister Paula Bennett is seeking even more places to help house vulnerable New Zealanders.
    20-09-2016 more >>
  • Social housing reform programme on track
    The Government’s Social Housing Reform Programme is on track with more social housing available in Auckland and more on the way, says Social Housing Minister Paula Bennett.
    11-09-2016 more >>
  • Accessible Properties preferred provider in Tauranga
    IHC subsidiary Accessible Properties has been chosen as the preferred provider to take over the ownership of Housing New Zealand’s properties in Tauranga, Ministers Bill English and Paula Bennett say.
    13-08-2016 more >>
  • Supporting better housing outcomes
    The Government is investing $9 million over two years in the next steps of its programme to support the most vulnerable New Zealanders’ housing needs, Social Housing Minister Paula Bennett says.
    30-07-2016 more >>
  • New relocation grant available from Monday
    Grants of up to $5000 to cover costs involved in moving from Auckland will be available from Monday, 20 June, for eligible people who may want to relocate to other areas of the country but find cost a barrier.
    17-06-2016 more >>
  • Hundreds of state homes already under construction
    Hundreds of state homes already under construction Housing New Zealand is already building more homes than the Greens’ rushed policy proposed, and additional social houses are also being sourced from Community Housing Providers, Ministers Bill English and Paula Bennett say.
    23-05-2016 more >>
  • $2 million boost to help homeless Aucklanders
    Social Housing Minister Paula Bennett has today announced details of the Government’s $2 million contribution to increasing the emergency housing supply in Auckland.
    02-03-2016 more >>
  • Number on social housing register continues to decline
    The December 2015 Social Housing Register shows that better understanding applicant’s particular needs is housing more vulnerable people, Social Housing Minister Paula Bennett says.
    22-01-2016 more >>
  • Meth users stopping vulnerable from getting state homes
    P-users are delaying vulnerable people from getting access to social housing and have forced Housing New Zealand to demolish 14 contaminated homes in three years, Social Housing Minister Paula Bennett says.
    10-11-2015 more >>
  • Social housing reform bill passed into law
    Law changes to help grow an innovative social housing sector and house more vulnerable New Zealanders passed into law today
    22-05-2015 more >>
  • Housing reform Bill completes first reading
    A bill reforming social housing law has completed its first reading under Urgency
    21-05-2015 more >>
  • Taskforce to cut red tape announced
    The Rules Reduction Taskforce is underway with the announcement of Taskforce members and public meetings to begin in March to consider submissions.
    10-02-2015 more >>
  • Politicians wade into supplement debate
    Debate over the Government’s accommodation supplement is heating up. Labour’s housing spokeswoman Annette King says the supplement artificially props up rents and has suggested the money - which she terms a $1.2 billion subsidy for landlords – could be better spent building more houses.
    18-07-2012 more >>

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