Projects tagged with Policy and Environment & Energy
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The close out report reviews how the Assistance to Housing Independence (AHI) programme delivered against the agreed objectives. It provides the background to the development of the AHI programme. It also summarises the barriers encountered in the development of the AHI programme, and the lessons learnt from delivering the...
This report provides the findings of tenants participating in the Assistance to Housing Independence programme. The purpose of the analysis was to track the pathways of tenants to housing independence, assess the effectiveness of the programme, and note lessons learned.
Assistance to Housing Independence: Report on the 12 month follow-up of Test Phase tenant participants
The purpose of the evaluation of the Assistance to Housing Independence project (AHI) is to: track participating tenants on their pathway to housing independence in order to understand the enablers and barriers to their progress assess the relative timeliness and effectiveness...
The purpose of this report is to provide an evidence base to inform the development of Māori housing policy. This report provides an overview of Māori population dynamics, examines current housing trends and outcomes for Māori, discusses the implications of likely population change for future Māori housing needs and updates the...
12 Jun 2008
The purpose of the Māori Housing Trends Report 2008 is to provide an evidence base to inform the development of housing policy. The research provides an overview of Māori population dynamics, examines current Māori housing trends, and considers the implications of likely population change for future Māori housing needs. In June...
14 Mar 2008
Topics: Research, Community Development, Housing & Homelessness, Inequality, Social Security & Welfare, Social Services, Policy, Lifestyle & Standard of Living, Quality of Life
The Corporation jointly commissioned Market Economics Limited (MEL) and Gravitas Research and Strategy Limited (GRSL) to undertake research to examine the relationship between concentrated deprivation and community economic development.The research aims to understand the economic effects of spatial concentrations of poverty, the...
Topics: Research, Housing & Homelessness, Social Security & Welfare, Energy, Environment, Food, Policy, Rural
Rural households face difficulties in accessing essential services for wastewater disposal, drinking water and energy supply. These difficulties are particularly acute in remote areas with high deprivation. This research found that a number of factors constrain rural households' access to adequate...
Topics: Evaluation, Community Development, Housing & Homelessness, Governance & Kaitiakitanga, Policy, Rural
This report provides an assessment of the progress and potential of the Rural Housing Programme as it has been delivered in the original areas of Northland, East Coast and Eastern Bay of Plenty since 2001. In addition this evaluation report focuses on what the Housing New Zealand Corporation and other...
with: Te Puni Kōkiri: TPK, Housing New Zealand Corporation: HNZC, Centre for Housing Research Aotearoa New Zealand: CHRANZ
This research investigates Māori housing experiences and aspirations to identify emerging trends and issues.
New Zealand has a strong culture of home ownership. Its internationally high rates of ownership were fuelled between the Second World War and the late 1980s, by government actively promoting the benefits of home ownership and supporting families wishing to buy or build their own homes.
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