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  • 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
    Opened 1 September 2019
  • 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
    Opened 16 February 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
    Opened 20 October 2022
  • Regulation of Methamphetamine Contamination in Rental Housing - Te Tūāpapa Kura Kāinga - Citizen Space (hud.govt.nz)

    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
    Opened 22 November 2022
  • 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
  • Unit Titles Act 2010: Regulations

    Te Tūāpapa Kura Kāinga – Ministry of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has been consulting on proposals for unit titles regulations. The Unit Titles (Strengthening Body Corporate Governance and Other Matters) Amendment Act 2022 (the Amendment Act) made a range of changes to improve how bodies corporate are run, and to support unit owners and prospective buyers. Three sets of regulations are needed to give effect to some of these changes . ... More
    Opened 28 June 2023
  • Review of the Retirement Villages Act 2003

    Te Tūāpapa Kura Kāinga – Ministry of Housing and Urban Development has been consulting on a review of the Retirement Villages Act 2003, and its associated regulations and codes. On 2 August 2023 we published a discussion paper, Review of the Retirement Villages Act 2003: options for change. The discussion paper sets out proposals relating to the three main stages of retirement village living: moving in, living in, and moving out. It also seeks feedback on other... More
    Opened 8 August 2023
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