Across the motu, whānau, hapū and iwi Māori are planning, funding and implementing successful housing initiatives.
The Māori Housing Network has been set up to support the energy, enthusiasm and entrepreneurship in the Māori housing sector with information, advice and practical support to build capability. The Network also manages funds to support projects to improve housing outcomes for whānau Māori. The funding focus is on smaller scale projects that:
- improve the quality of housing
- build capability and capacity in the sector, and
- increase the supply of affordable housing.
Whatever your housing need, we want to help. When you are ready to discuss what you want to do, get in touch with your local Te Puni Kōkiri office to arrange a meeting with the Māori Housing Network Regional Advisor.
About the Māori Housing Network
Latest Housing Publications
A Guide to Papakāinga Housing
This booklet is a guide to whānau papakāinga housing available to you, your whānau and community. This guide sets out the process for developing papakāinga housing in three stages with checklists, tips and advice to progress your papakāinga housing development..
Introduction to the Māori Housing Network
This information is an introduction to the Māori Housing Network. The Māori Housing Network supports whānau, hapū and iwi with information, advice, and practical support to improve and develop Māori housing.
A Guide to Māori Housing Support Across Government
This booklet is a guide to Māori housing support available to you, your whānau and community. This guide provides information about services and support available from Te Puni Kōkiri and other government agencies.
How can the Māori Housing Network help?
The Māori Housing Network supports whānau, hapū and iwi with information and advice on housing initiatives.
Our Māori Housing Network Stories
Across the motu whānau, hapū and iwi Māori are planning, funding and implementing successful housing initiatives. Read more about the gains that are made for whānau, hapū and iwi through the support of the Māori Housing Network.
Māori Housing Network Performance
Māori Housing Network Investment
Approvals by Region as at 22 November 2017
The following table outlines the regional distribution of funding for the 158 projects approved by the Māori Housing Network between 3 October 2015 and 22 November 2017. Some projects include planned expenditure in 2017/18 and 2018/19.
|Region||Total value of projects
|Te Tai Tokerau||$15,325,159.12||28||14%|
|Tamaki Makaurau||$ 3,009,001.33||10||5%|
|Te Tai Hauāuru||$ 9,432,306.23||53||26%|
|Te Waipounamu||$ 2,190,716.85||9||4%|
|Grand Total||$ 51,931,928.04
Māori Housing Network Investment – Regional Breakdown
Approvals by Region as at 22 November 2017
The Māori Housing Network Investment Strategy for 2015-18, which sets out the approach of the Network and its medium term priorities is available here.
Housing policy development
Te Puni Kōkiri works with other agencies to contribute to the development of wider government housing policy to improve housing for whānau Māori and communities.
The activities of the Māori Housing Network complement the Government’s wider housing initiatives and contribute to the Government’s Māori Housing Strategy He Whare Āhuru He Oranga Tangata.
This strategy sets out ways to:
- improve housing for whānau Māori, and
- increase housing choices for whānau Māori by growing the Māori housing sector.
- Budget 2017: $27m for marae and Māori housing 8 May 2017
- Māori providing their own housing solutions 19 March 2016
- Community Housing Aotearoa Conference 22 October 2015
- Ranga-Bidois Whānau Papakāinga ‘an outstanding example of a whānau-led housing initiative 3 October 2015
- Māori Housing Network to build on Māori housing success 3 October 2015
- Minister opens papakāinga near Tauranga 29 August 2015
- $35.3m invested to improve Māori housing 21 May 2015
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Global Meeting on Diabetes and Endocrinology
Conference Series Ltd is organizing “Global Meeting on Diabetes and Endocrinology” during July 25-26 at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
- Open to the public, no booking required
- Organiser: Conference series
Pouto 2E Churchsite
Funding for hui to transfer block from Pouto 2E churchsite into Māori reservation for papakāinga/camping site.
- Registration required
- Organiser: Jimmy and Mary Kemp Whanau Trust
Whareponga Papakāinga - The Legacy of Materoa
It has been a long journey for Whareponga whānau but it is all worth it. A new papakāinga development is paving the way to bring life back to their homeland.
Giving whānau a fresh start
The Porirua Whānau Centre has been looking after whānau for the last 23 years. One of six family centres in New Zealand, the Porirua Whānau Centre in Cannons Creek is a friendly, welcoming place. Chief Executive, Liz Kelly, describes it as a ‘hub’ for the community.
New social housing build underway in rural Wairarapa
In a bid to make the pā vibrant again, a new six home social housing development, infrastructure support and rebuild of the marae has started at Hurunui-o-Rangi Marae, 10km east of Carterton.