Scott Road, Hobsonville
ALL HOUSES IN SCOTT ROAD HAVE NOW BEEN ALLOCATED
In 2017, the Housing Foundation will be building four, two-bedroomed, two-storey standalone houses. These houses are part of a major subdivision off Scott Road, Hobsonville.
These houses are designed for working households who are renting and are unable to purchase their own home. The homes are ideal lfor single adults or couples with one or two young children wanting a place to call 'home'; ideally you already live or work in West or North West Auckland.
Flat Bush - off Thomas Road
In 2017, the Housing Foundation will be building four 4-bedroomed, two-storey houses. These houses are part of a major subdivision currenty under construction.
The houses are designed for working households who are renting and are unable to purchase their own home. These homes are ideal for family-sized households with two or more children and who want a place to call 'home'; ideally you already live or work in East or South Auckland.
Older Adult Rental Housing at Waimahia Inlet
In 2017, the Housing Foundation will be building two-bedroomed, single level apartments on the ground and first floors. These apartments are part of our Waimahia Inlet subdivision in Weymouth which is currently under construction.
These apartments have been designed for adults aged 55 years and over who are currently renting in the Weymouth, Manurewa or Manukau area. They form part of a small cluster of apartments designed purely for older adults.
Awatea Road, Christchurch
The Housing Foundation with Fletcher Living is building a mix of two and three bedroom standalone homes on Awatea Road. These houses are part of Fletcher Living’s Awatea Green sub-division and is currently under construction.
Waimahia Inlet, Auckland
The Waimahia Inlet development is in a beautiful coastal setting with parks and landscaped reserves facing the Manukau Harbour on the Weymouth Peninsula.
Construction is underway, broken into 6 different stages. Stage 1 and 2 are complete and households have moved in. In November 2015 we celebrated the 100th house built. Stage 3a construction is currently underway and civil engineering has begun for Stages 4 and 5.
Affordable housing across Greater Christchurch
The Housing Foundation has funding from the Rata Foundation and the Government to assist seven households out of renting and on to the path towards home ownership through the construction or purchase of new houses.
Since September 2015, 28 households have settled into new housing in the Lesley Keast Place neighbourhood in Hornby.
Five different housing providers are involved in producing a mix of housing ranging from one-bedroom studio apartments to four-bedroom family homes.
Construction of the last 16 houses is due to commence in October 2016.