CRESA were subcontracted to conduct research as part of the larger project Building Solutions for Affordable, Functional Housing in Ageing and Changing Communities funded through a contestable research fund via BBHTC.
This project responds to the profound and growing under-supply of affordable rental housing among older people and low waged workers, the widespread resistance to intensification through medium- and high- rise buildings, and the diversity of housing needs associated with structural ageing and New Zealand’s tenure revolution. It also recognises the ‘brake’ to regional growth that a lack of affordable housing presents.
Publications CRESA researchers worked on are listed below. You can find other publications related to this project on the BBHTC website.
Publications in this projectBuilding Solutions to Enable People with Dementia to Age in Place: A literature review
Building for Shared Rental Homes by Non-profit Community Housing Providers: Building Costs
Building for Shared Rental Homes by Non-profit Community Housing Providers: Maximising yield, reducing risks and effectively using land for older people’s rental housing