Te Hāpai Kāinga Māori

Working with partner agencies to ensure whānau have access to healthy homes with stable tenure and have opportunities for home ownership and investment.

Last updated: Rāmere, 09 Huitanguru, 2024 | Friday, 9 February 2024

Budget 23 Funding

Budget 23 is investing a further $75 million to support Māori housing initiatives delivered through Te Puni Kōkiri.

  • $50 million – over four years – supports Māori-led housing supply, capability, and repairs. This investment will maintain momentum created through locally led housing solutions such as Whai Kāinga Whai Oranga.
  • $25 million – supports critical repairs to weather-impacted Māori-owned homes. This funding will be allocated to affected regions to enable repairs to homes significantly affected by the North Island weather events, with a focus on supporting uninsured, low-income whānau Māori. 

For more information about our housing kaupapa, please contact your nearest regional office.

Whai Kāinga Whai Oranga

Whai Kāinga Whai Oranga combines investment from Budget 2021 ($380m) and the Māori Infrastructure Fund ($350m) into a $730m Māori housing fund. This is the largest single investment ever in Māori Housing.

Whai Kāinga Whai Oranga is jointly delivered by Te Puni Kōkiri and Te Tūāpapa Kura Kāinga (HUD). This kaupapa allows iwi and Government to expand existing programmes at pace and scale for immediate delivery, improve housing quality through repairs and look at new models for delivering Māori housing.

Te Puni Kōkiri funding

Through Whai Kāinga Whai Oranga funding, Te Puni Kōkiri received an extra $138.6 million. This brings the total about amount of funding available for Māori Housing at Te Puni Kōkiri to $256.8 million over four years.

This increased funding supports the delivery of new housing supply through our iwi prototypes and expands on the delivery of papakāinga and repairs through the existing Māori housing programme.

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