Centre for Research Evaluation and Social Assessment.

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Affordable Housing for Generations

This research aims to develop research based solutions to alleviate the crisis of affordable housing and housing affordable to key workers in order to sustain people in their homes and communities over generations and contribute to thriving regions. With a focus on solutions to deficits in affordable housing and those low income households and key workers most affected by the housing afforda...

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Māori Housing Supply and Demand in Te Tai Tokerau

Te Puni Kōkiri, Ministry of Social Development and Housing New Zealand commissioned research to look at the Māori housing supply and demand in Te Tai Tokerau.  CRESA led the project and worked alongside researchers from BERL, Public Policy & Research, Livingston and Associates, BRANZ and Natalie Jackson Demographics to produce a set of reports to provide comprehensive baseline data on housi...

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Improving the Architecture of Decision-Making (BBHTC SRA1)

Despite the resources, reviews, time and anxiety we in New Zealand expend saying we want affordable, functional homes, fit for purpose, financially sustainable infrastructure that meets the needs of local communities, built environments that facilitate individuals, households and families to thrive or a productive building sector – New Zealand keeps failing to deliver on that. This SRA says ...

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Life When Renting (Ageing Well National Science Challenge project)

Life When Renting: Enabling Older People's Independence in the Tenure Revolution This is a four year research programme funded through the Ageing Well National Science Challenge. It is about the future of older people in an increasingly diverse New Zealand where there is not only population ageing but what is effectively a housing tenure revolution – NZ’s previously...

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