Kaupapa: Housing

Me tūpato kei huri hei nohonga pōhara kē ngā whaitua noho hōu e 280 ki te pokapū o Tāmaki

Mānia Clarke
  • Tāmaki Makaurau

Me tūpato kei huri hei nohonga pōhara kē te māhere a te kāwanatanga ki te hanga i ngā whaitua noho hōu e rua rau e waru tekau me ngā ratonga toka i te ora ki te wahapū o Tāmaki Makaurau. Koirā te whakatūpato a te Kaimīhana o Te Whare Mīhana o Tāmaki Makaurau a Chris Farrelly. Heoi hei tāna anō ki te tika ngā whakaritenga ka mimiti haere te puna o kāinga kore i rohe rā.

Mai i ngā whaitua noho e waru tekau mā iwa, i hangaia e ono tekau tau ki muri, ki ngā kāinga hōu e rua rau waru tekau hei ngā tau e toru, te rautaki hōu a te kāwanatanga hei whakakore i te noho kāinga kore.

“We have to create diverse communities and not ghettos,” i kī atu te a Farrelly.

“If the population mix is done in the right way and the right services are there, and the design is right, it could be something vibrant and exciting in our community.”

Tōna rima rau te hunga e noho ana ki ngā tiriti o Tāmaki Makaurau. Hei tā te Minita Take Whare Tāone, ka whai āhuru mōwai ngā whānau huhua e noho pōkaikaha ana.

“About 80 of them will be rented on the open market cause we know there's a big demand for affordable housing for people who work in the city,” i mea atu a Phil Twyford.

“Then there will be a mix of some who we would call high needs people who need access to those services. And then also state housing but not so much high needs.” 

Ko HomeGround te māhere hōu a Te Mīhana ki te wahapū o Tāmaki Makaurau ki te hanga whare hōu me ngā ratonga whakakore i te waipiro, tarutaru kino hoki, me te hauora hei ngā tau e rua. Hei tā Farrelly me hāngai ngā ratonga o tēnei kaupapa ki ngā hiahia.

“It's quite resource intense. Some of these people require case management, social work support, health services at an intense level,” i kōrerio atu ia.

“If people are homeless, they need help, it might be budgeting or health services or addiction or mental health services,” i kī atu a Twyford.

“Whatever the need is we'll make sure the tenants get the support they need.”

Hei tā te kaiwhakahaere matua i te kaupapa āwhina i te hunga kāinga kore i te marae o Te Puea, hei tā Hurimoana Dennis me hāngai hoki ngā ratonga toka i te ora ki ngā tikanga Māori, kia puta atu ai i ngā whānau ki te ao mārama.

Ka tū tētehi tari o Te Manatū Whare o Aotearoa ki reira, me ngā kaimahi ka noho ao pō, pō ao.