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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...
Human Rights Commission supporting TPA research recommendations
It's good to see the Human Rights Commission have taken up our recommendations - (please see TPA Rental Survey May 2013) http://www.tpa.org.nz/page/rental-survey-2013  (or click the tab on...
TPA are moving to a new office
From Wednesday October 23rd you will find us at 575 Colombo Street  Due to the imminent demolition of the site at 113 Tuam Street, TPA and the rest of the tenants at Christchurch Community House...
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...
TPA Mouldy House Story
Revisiting the Mould. Further to the Press story of today (23/8/13) TPA revisited this property with the Christchurch City Council Housing Inspector.  The photos from the visit reveal yes indeed...
We came across an old newsletter from 2008 - TPA Housing - Tenant News.  The opening article "From the Desk of Helen", manager of TPA is about the issues around rental housing quality.  We thought it...
A survey carried out by Tenants Protection Association (ChCh) on rent increases and housing conditions has found that over 85% of tenants in the region are being negatively affected by rent increases...
TPA Manager talks with Minister of Housing at site of new state house build
The beginning of many conversations to be had around the social housing reforms.  Helen talks with the Minister of Housing at Wilding Street.  Dr Smith accompanied by Minister for...
Minister Nick Smith. Photo / Mark Mitchell
Housing Minister Nick Smith has finally cleared up a mystery from last week's Budget - disclosing that only new tenants moving into community housing, and not existing tenants, will get state-...
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...

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Tenants Protection Association (ChCh) Inc
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Room 3, 301 Tuam Street, Christchurch 8011


Ph.(03)379-2297