Projects tagged with Policy and
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This scoping study examines the relationship between New Zealand’s monetary policy and the residential housing market, and the implications of monetary policy on that market over time.
Housing is both a social issue and a determinant for well being and is an integral component of social policy. The research specifically looked at the barriers for mental health service users to accessing affordable housing. Previous studies have identified affordability, lack of choice and discrimination as specific issues in...
This paper sets out the major impacts of globalisation on housing markets and policy possibilities.
Supported Independent Accommodation for Older New Zealanders: A Review of Current Policy and Innovative Practice
Existing research establishes a clear link between poor housing and poor health. There is also growing evidence that the physical, mental and social wellbeing of individuals and households can be improved by ensuring their access to suitable accommodation. Despite the growing body of research documenting the benefits of...
This research provides an analysis of housing market trends based on the 2006 census and builds on previous work undertaken by DTZ New Zealand for CHRANZ.
This research investigates how the Auckland Region’s private rental market might adjust to cope with the projected fall in home ownership rates and to investigate the market, social, fiscal and policy implications of these trends particularly as low to medium income households become increasingly reliant on private rental...
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.
Since the 1987 Brundtland Report, the development of urban areas has been considered a key determinant in achieving ‘sustainability’. Greater residential density is increasingly advocated for and applied through policy statements around the world as a way of achieving this goal. Various tiers of New Zealand government are...
1 Nov 2005
Topics: Research, Housing & Homelessness, Governance & Kaitiakitanga, Local Government, Policy, Urban
This thesis investigates the relationship between urban intensification and affordable housing in New Zealand. The Auckland region has a policy of intensification that is reinforced by urban containment with metropolitan limits. Auckland has an affordable housing problem, which has received some attention at a national, regional...
Peer review status