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  • Regulation of Methamphetamine Contamination in Rental Housing - Te Tūāpapa Kura Kāinga - Citizen Space (

    Te Tūāpapa Kura Kāinga – Ministry of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) is currently consulting on proposals for regulations to manage methamphetamine contamination in rental housing. It is currently unclear what to do when residential rental premises are found to contain methamphetamine residue. Specifically, it is not clear at what level residue becomes a problem which should be addressed. This is confusing for stakeholders, and has led to disproportionate responses to low... More
    Closed 10 March 2023
  • MAIHI Ka Ora, Ka Mārama – Māori Housing Dashboard

    Tēnā koe, thank you for taking a look at MAIHI Ka Ora, Ka Mārama - Māori Housing Dashboard. The Dashboard can be viewed on the HUD website. MAIHI Ka Ora, Ka Mārama – Māori Housing Dashboard It would be very helpful to us if you have a few minutes to complete this short survey about your experience of and suggestions for MAIHI Ka Ora, Ka Mārama. This information will be used to inform future versions of MAIHI Ka Ora, Ka Mārama. The purpose of this... More
    Opened 2 December 2022
  • Long-term Insights Briefing: The long-term implications of our ageing population for our housing and urban futures

    Long-term Insights Briefings (Briefings) are a requirement of the Public Service Act. They’re designed to provide the public with information about medium and long-term trends, risks, and opportunities affecting Aotearoa New Zealand, and options for how we might respond. We want to hear your thoughts on our draft Briefing, which looks at the long-term impacts and implications of our ageing population for our housing and urban futures. Our consultation... More
    Closed 10 November 2022
  • Regulation of Residential Property Managers

    The Government is seeking feedback on proposals for the regulation of residential property managers. The proposals aim to promote public confidence in the delivery of residential property management services and protect the interests of property owners, tenants and other consumers. Why we are consulting While residential property managers who are members of industry bodies follow minimum competency and practice standards, the sector as a whole is not regulated. ... More
    Closed 19 April 2022
  • Government Policy Statement on Housing and Urban Development

    The Government Policy Statement on Housing and Urban Development (GPS-HUD) will communicate the long-term vision for our housing and urban development system, and how Government will work with others to make it happen. We consulted on the key elements expected to be included in the GPS-HUD and asked people to provide their feedback by completing an online survey, contacting us directly or in small group meetings. We are using these responses to help inform the final GPS-HUD. ... More
    Closed 31 July 2021
  • Proposed National Policy Statement on Urban Development

    All Kiwis deserve healthy and affordable homes and access to jobs, education, amenities and services. That is why we consulted on how we should plan for the future growth of our cities. We received more than 240 submissions. Alongside this feedback, more than seven thousand people attended meetings held in 30 towns and cities across New Zealand as a part of the roadshow outlining the NPS-UD and four other proposals from our Ministry for the Environment (MfE) and the Ministry for Housing... More
    Closed 10 October 2019
  • Healthy Homes Guarantee Act 2017 Regulations - Healthy Homes Standards

    The Healthy Homes Standards consultation sought submissions from the public and industry on improving the quality of rental properties so tenants are happier and healthier. The Healthy Homes Standards - Consultation Summary is avaliable to read. This consultation closed 22 October 2018. More
    Closed 22 October 2018
  • Reform of the Residential Tenancies Act 1986

    The Reform of the Residential Tenancies Act 1986 sought submissions from the public and industry on proposed changes to the Act. The proposed reforms of the Residential Tenancies Act 1986 aimed to: promote good-faith relationships in the rental environment, and ensure there are appropriate protections in place for both landlords and tenants. The 4,787 viewpoints provided during the consultation undertaken in August – October 2018 is now avaliable in a submission... More
    Closed 21 October 2018
  • Urban Development Authorities

    To deliver more dynamic and successful cities that better meet the needs for housing, employment and amenity, the Government is proposing that major urban development projects are able to be built more quickly. New legislation is being considered that will enable local and central government to: empower nationally or locally significant urban development projects to access more enabling development powers and land use rules; and establish new urban development authorities to... More
    Closed 19 May 2017
  • Unit Titles Act 2010

    The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) is seeking your feedback on proposed changes to the Unit Titles Act 2010 (the UTA). The UTA is being reviewed to ensure that the law that regulates unit titles developments is functioning well and is fit for purpose for a growing market. The consultation is targeted at reform proposals that relate to: Improving the disclosure regime; Strengthening body corporate governance provisions; Promoting professionalism in body... More
    Closed 3 March 2017
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