|Te Puni Kōkiri leads||Te Puni Kōkiri influences||Te Puni Kōkiri invests in|
|Development of approaches for housing on Māori land.||Housing and urban development work programmes led by other agencies.||Supporting whānau aspirations for warm, dry housing and promoting home ownership.|
|The shift we are seeking:||More whānau live in safe, secure and affordable homes as a basis for social and economic wellbeing|
Our goals for the next four years are that:
- more whānau live in safe, secure and affordable homes;
- housing investment is a vehicle for whānau enterprise and community development; and
- Iwi and Māori are partnering and investing in housing innovation and development.
Over the next year we will support and invest in papakāinga and housing, and will profile the models for doing this, including through Te Ara Mauwhare (Pathways to Home Ownership). We will support the achievement of Māori housing goals in government programmes such as Housing and Urban Development and Kiwibuild. At a local level, we will promote housing investment as a driver and catalyst for the development of whānau and community enterprises.
You can find out more about Te Puni Kōkiri support from our Māori Housing page.