Accessible Properties Auckland has received $2.3 million to build 13 units in New Lynn, Northern Glen Innes and Weymouth for low-income households. The total value of the development is $4.7 million.
Further reading can be found on http://www.beehive.govt.nz/release/new-social-housing-developments-auckland
The Government is partnering with The Canterbury Community Trust to help fund these developments and with community housing providers Accessible Properties, Comcare Trust and Habitat for Humanity to deliver them. This reflects the Government’s new direction in social housing of expanding the community sector.”
Accessible Properties has received $3 million from SHU and $1.5 million from TCCT to build 16 units (32 bedrooms) in Linwood, Phillipstown and St Albans for high-need tenants displaced due to affordability and homelessness. The total value of the developments is $5.9 million.
Accessible Properties has received $2,279,806 to build 12, two bedroom units, project value is $4,559,612, locations in Johnsonville and Miramar
Accessible Properties has received $1,364,250 to build 4, two bedroom units, project value is $1,364,250, locations in Matua
Accessible Properties has received $580,600 to build 3, two bedroom units and 1 x one bedroom unit, project value is $1,161,200, locations in Enderley