Housing

15th Jun 19, 9:45am
Can Pukekohe be both a satellite town for Auckland and remain a key food growing region? Steve Forbes investigates
Can Pukekohe be both a satellite town for Auckland and remain a key food growing region? Steve Forbes investigates
15th Jun 19, 9:45am
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12th Jun 19, 4:36pm
Housing Minister Phil Twyford in talks with developers and officials over making public land available for private developers committed to building long-term affordable rentals
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Housing Minister Phil Twyford in talks with developers and officials over making public land available for private developers committed to building long-term affordable rentals
12th Jun 19, 4:36pm
5th Jun 19, 11:32am
Research shows a net loss of Aucklanders to the rest of the country of 33,000 during the last Auckland housing boom
Research shows a net loss of Aucklanders to the rest of the country of 33,000 during the last Auckland housing boom
5th Jun 19, 11:32am
4th Jun 19, 2:07pm
Budget 2019 - Summary of all spending plans
Budget 2019 - Summary of all spending plans
4th Jun 19, 2:07pm
31st May 19, 9:30am
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Brendon Harre has a proposal to increase the quality of New Zealand’s housing with respect to energy efficiency and seismic risk
Brendon Harre has a proposal to increase the quality of New Zealand’s housing with respect to energy efficiency and seismic risk
31st May 19, 9:30am
30th May 19, 4:33pm
Our compilation of some of the key comments made in response to the 2019 Budget
Our compilation of some of the key comments made in response to the 2019 Budget
30th May 19, 4:33pm
28th May 19, 10:41am
Westpac commissioned survey suggests many New Zealanders still pine for the quarter acre dream when it comes to their homes
Westpac commissioned survey suggests many New Zealanders still pine for the quarter acre dream when it comes to their homes
28th May 19, 10:41am
9th May 19, 10:29am
Stephen Forbes takes a look at what the Government has achieved and where it's heading after 18 months in office
Stephen Forbes takes a look at what the Government has achieved and where it's heading after 18 months in office
9th May 19, 10:29am
4th May 19, 10:02am
ANZ NZ CEO David Hisco says Auckland housing market may be in 7-8 year period where it does nothing, as BNZ rival Angela Mentis eyes continued growth of housing lending market share
ANZ NZ CEO David Hisco says Auckland housing market may be in 7-8 year period where it does nothing, as BNZ rival Angela Mentis eyes continued growth of housing lending market share
4th May 19, 10:02am
25th Apr 19, 9:12am
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Brendon Harre says housing policy failure impacts heavily on the poor. He calls for a fix to the housing crisis from an inequality perspective targeting the RMA and infrastructure financing
Brendon Harre says housing policy failure impacts heavily on the poor. He calls for a fix to the housing crisis from an inequality perspective targeting the RMA and infrastructure financing
25th Apr 19, 9:12am
25th Apr 19, 8:00am
The cost of building industry guarantees and insurance could hit homeowners in the pocket, according to the Insurance Council of New Zealand
The cost of building industry guarantees and insurance could hit homeowners in the pocket, according to the Insurance Council of New Zealand
25th Apr 19, 8:00am
20th Apr 19, 10:02am
Geoff Simmons says capitalism can work, but only if it is a level playing field. Right now we have the opposite of a level playing field. We have a game that is rigged in the favour of a few
Geoff Simmons says capitalism can work, but only if it is a level playing field. Right now we have the opposite of a level playing field. We have a game that is rigged in the favour of a few
20th Apr 19, 10:02am
18th Apr 19, 12:53pm
Industry group pushes for greater regulation of building product importers in planned changes to the Building Act 
Industry group pushes for greater regulation of building product importers in planned changes to the Building Act 
18th Apr 19, 12:53pm
7th Apr 19, 2:43pm
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The IMF looks at housing markets in key economies, including the US, Canada, Australia and China. They identify key vulnerabilities and suggest what policy makers everwhere need to prepare for
The IMF looks at housing markets in key economies, including the US, Canada, Australia and China. They identify key vulnerabilities and suggest what policy makers everwhere need to prepare for
7th Apr 19, 2:43pm
6th Apr 19, 2:05pm
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David Norman says the regional fuel tax is helping change how people travel, doing its bit to free up space on Auckland's congested roads
David Norman says the regional fuel tax is helping change how people travel, doing its bit to free up space on Auckland's congested roads
6th Apr 19, 2:05pm
3rd Apr 19, 8:26am
Tamaki Regeneration project is being built in an area deemed at high risk from the effects of climate change
Tamaki Regeneration project is being built in an area deemed at high risk from the effects of climate change
3rd Apr 19, 8:26am
30th Mar 19, 10:12am
Oliver Hartwich says the rest of Phil Twyford's housing policy is sufficiently ambitious and radical to solve NZ's housing problems without recourse to KiwiBuild
Oliver Hartwich says the rest of Phil Twyford's housing policy is sufficiently ambitious and radical to solve NZ's housing problems without recourse to KiwiBuild
30th Mar 19, 10:12am
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4th Mar 19, 5:01pm
New Auckland Council and government working group to address housing and urban growth issues gets ready for action
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New Auckland Council and government working group to address housing and urban growth issues gets ready for action
4th Mar 19, 5:01pm
28th Feb 19, 2:45pm
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Auckland Council Chief Economist David Norman says developing greenfield land is 'eye-wateringly expensive' and requires a staged approach to ensure adequate funding
Auckland Council Chief Economist David Norman says developing greenfield land is 'eye-wateringly expensive' and requires a staged approach to ensure adequate funding
28th Feb 19, 2:45pm
26th Feb 19, 11:43am
David Hargreaves says the lasting legacy of the Government's new 'Healthy Homes' initiative will likely be increasing numbers of people dependent on the state for a roof over their heads
David Hargreaves says the lasting legacy of the Government's new 'Healthy Homes' initiative will likely be increasing numbers of people dependent on the state for a roof over their heads
26th Feb 19, 11:43am

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