Christchurch Housing Forum

Christchurch Housing Forum Evaluation

Christchurch Housing Forum

CHRISTCHURCH HOUSING FORUM EVALUATION

If you are a member of the Christchurch Housing Forum, could you please take the time to complete the following survey evaluation.  We are wanting to know your views about the forum and what you would like to see next year as forum topics.

It will take a couple of minutes of your time, please feel free to be frank.  

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/NMRLQMS

What is the most important thing in the world? It is the people, it is the people, it is the people!

What about our young people?

He aha te mea nui o te ao
What is the most important thing in the world?
He tangata, he tangata, he tangata
It is the people, it is the people, it is the people
Maori proverb

Consultation - Christchurch City Council is considering changing the way it provides social housing in Christchurch

Consultation - CCC changing the way it provides social housing in the city

Christchurch City Council is considering changing the way it provides social housing in its district.

You can access further information, including the full Statement of Proposal at www.ccc.govt.nz/haveyoursay

The Council wants to know what its City Housing tenants, stakeholders and the Christchurch community think about the proposal, with consultation open from 21 May, 2014, until Thursday, 26 June 2014. Anyone who is interested can make a written submission.

Housing Forum Evaluation and Meeting Dates 2014

Housing Forum Dates for 2014

Christchurch Housing Forum Dates  are set out below:  The forum meets every 6 weeks or thereabouts at the Oxford Tce Baptist Church Hall Cnr Oxford Tce and Madras Streets.  The presentations begin at 12.30.  Participants are invited to share a cup of tea and networking from 12.10pm to 12.30.  The forum finishes at 2pm. 

If there are any changes, these will be advertised through the mailing list and on this website.  

 

Leonie's Story - The person behind the mouldy house story

Leonie's Story - The person behind the mouldy house story

We asked Leonie to tell us her own story about her housing conditions of the past three years... This is what she told us.
 
Hi, my name is Leonie and this is my story, which started a very long time ago.
“Living in a dump, I didn’t deserve it”
“The truth will come out, be revealed “
“I will say what has got to be said”
 

Rebuilding Social Housing Capacity - Partners EOI

CCC EOI Rebuilding Social Housing Capacity

The CCC are now calling for expressions of interest to select partner
organisations to collaborate with, in order
to rebuild social housing capacity within Christchurch.

Council are seeking innovative solutions (funding and design) to address
the social housing need in Christchurch and recognise the need
to involve external parties to achieve this strategic goal.

To participate, organisations are required to register through the
Tenderlink site. Please find the Tenderlink Link (below) for the EOI:

New Minister of Housing Talks with TPA

New Minister of Housing Talks with TPA
On Friday 1st February Tenants Protection Association welcomed a visit from the Minister of Housing The Hon. Dr. Nick Smith and Christchurch Central MP. Nicky Wagner. Dr Smith was on his first visit to Christchurch after being appointed and was keen to hear issues from a tenant advocate perspective. TPA was delighted to be given the opportunity to share with the Minister some of those issues. We hope to see the Minister in Christchurch at a Housing Forum in the near future.
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Contact Details

Tenants Protection Association (ChCh) Inc
Te Tōpū Tiaki-ā-Kainoho
 

Room 3, 301 Tuam Street, Christchurch 8011


Ph.(03)379-2297