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Focus on value for money outcomes key to unlocking benefits for social housing tenants

Published: Wednesday 6 April 2016

“Partnerships between community housing associations, investors, developers and facilities maintenance providers offer potential to improve housing and services for social housing tenants in Invercargill and Tauranga,” says Stephen Selwood, Chief Executive of the New Zealand Council for Infrastructure Development.

The Government has requested formal proposals from four respondents for the purchase and management of 348 properties and tenancies in Invercargill and 1124 in Tauranga. The groups include Pact Group in Invercargill and Accessible Properties, Hapori Connect Tauranga* and Kāinga Community Housing Partners* in Tauranga.

Read the full press release here

Last modified: April 6, 2016

 


 

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