Partners

The housing partnership is between Ngāti Toa, Kāinga Ora and the Ministry of Housing and Urban Development.

Te Āhuru Mōwai (Ngāti Toa’s community housing provider) will carry out the tenancy management, maintenance and upgrades of the Kāinga Ora properties in Western Porirua and parts of Tawa / Linden.

The partnership is about Te Āhuru Mōwai, improving and upgrading houses in western Porirua, parts of Tawa and Lindeb over time, making them warmer and drier and providing homes for people whānau.

We also work closely with the Ministry of Social Development, who are responsible for working with people who need housing, income and employment support and helping access long-term accommodation.

Te Rūnanga o Toa Rangatira Incorporated (Ngāti Toa)

Te Rūnanga o Toa Rangatira Incorporated (the Rūnanga) is a non-profit incorporated society with charitable status. The Rūnanga is the mandated iwi authority for Ngāti Toa Rangatira and is the administrative body of iwi estates and assets. The Rūnanga deals with the political and public issues of national interest such as Treaty of Waitangi claims, commercial and customary fisheries, health services including primary mental health and residential care services, local government relationships and resource and environmental management.

Ministry of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)

Leads New Zealand’s housing and urban development work programme. It is responsible for strategy, policy, funding, monitoring and regulation of New Zealand’s housing and urban development system.

Working closely with central and local government agencies, the housing sector, communities and iwi, HUD is working to:

  • Address homelessness
  • Increase public and private housing supply
  • Modernise rental laws and rental standards
  • Increase access to affordable housing, for people to rent and buy
  • Support quality urban development and thriving communities.

Kāinga Ora

Kāinga Ora brings together the people, capabilities and resources of the KiwiBuild Unit, Housing New Zealand and its development subsidiary HLC. This is designed to enable a more cohesive, joined-up approach to delivering the Government’s priorities for housing and urban development in New Zealand. These priorities include addressing homelessness and making homes more affordable for New Zealanders.

Kāinga Ora has two key roles:

  • Being a world-class public housing landlord
  • Partnering with the development community, Māori, local and central government, and others on urban development projects of all sizes.