The Determinants of Tenure and Location Choices of 20-40 Year Old Households in the Auckland Region
This research is concerned with the patterns of location and tenure choices of people living in New Zealand’s most populous region – Auckland. It aims to improve New Zealand’s ability to plan for, and respond to, changing housing demand by:
Identifying likely patterns of tenure and location demand in the Auckland region.
Establishing the determinants of that tenure and/or location decisions by 20-40 year olds.
Assessing the environmental, social and economic implications of those patterns.
Assessing the impact of location and tenure choices on support needs in the context of an aging society.
Considering the implications for spatial planning and urban growth in the region.
Publications in this project'Homes a financial stretch', BUILD 140, 45-46
The Determinants of Tenure & Location Choices of 20-40 year old Households in the Auckland Region