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20 September 2022
Josh’s journey to supporting others
When Josh was going through one of the most difficult moments of his life, rather than focusing solely on his own journey, his thoughts turned to how he could help others in the same situation.
23 September 2022
Home upgrades lead to happier lives
Tuku feels like she’s hit the jackpot with her newly refurbished Kāinga Ora home in Nelson.
16 September 2022
Completed infrastructure works readies Mangere West for new housing
As part of the Kāinga Ora effort to ready some Auckland suburbs for housing development, the first significant parcel of civils and infrastructure works, across two stages, is now complete in part of the Mangere Large-Scale Project – Mangere West.
15 September 2022
New process considered for extensive urban development in Tauranga
In response to the significant housing need in Tauranga and a request by Tauranga City Council, Kāinga Ora has selected Tauranga’s Western Corridor as the second project for assessment as a potential Specified Development Project under the Urban Development Act 2020.
Ngā Kāinga Anamata - Homes of the Future
Ngā Kāinga Anamata is a sustainability-innovation public housing pilot project, aimed at driving carbon emission reduction in New Zealand’s construction industry.
Bader Ventura Beacon Project
We’re proud that Bader Ventura, the first Kāinga Ora development to be built to Passive House standard, has been selected as a Beacon Project by the Construction Sector Accord.
Infrastructure Acceleration Fund
The Infrastructure Acceleration Fund is a contestable process designed to allocate funding to infrastructure projects for housing development, enabling a meaningful contribution to housing outcomes in areas of need.
Kāinga Ora’s market-leading Sustainability Wellbeing Bond issuance programme is the only one of its kind in New Zealand. The Wellbeing Bonds raise financing to support our initiatives that result in positive environmental, social and wellbeing outcomes.
First Home Decision Tool
A place to call your own? Here’s a helping hand. You could qualify for a 5% deposit First Home Loan or a First Home Grant of up to $10,000 per person – or even both.
We create a wide range of Publications at Kāinga Ora.