Accessible Properties has been highlighted in the news this week in its work to offer more diverse solutions in the Tauranga area.
In a series of articles in the Bay of Plenty Times, it was reported 28 new social housing homes are being built in Tauranga – one of the country’s most unaffordable cities.
Over the longer term, Accessible Properties is looking at how to replace 140 existing social housing properties with higher-density homes in Gate Pā to help address the rising population.
Accessible Properties Tauranga Manager Vicki McLaren says Accessible Properties sees great potential for improving the quality and availability of housing in the Gate Pā area, using a master-planning approach in partnership with the community, iwi, council and others.
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