KiwiBuild. Unitec land for housing
The Government has purchased land at Unitec’s Mt Albert campus in Auckland to develop housing. About the site 29. 3 hectares of land in Mt Albert, Auckland, within nine kilometres of the Auckland CBD.
- Kiwibuild Unitec fact sheet April 2018
- Kiwibuild Unitec subdivision plan April 2018
KiwiBuild at McLennan, Papakura
McLennan – Quality homes, better living On 28 April the Government announced the first KiwiBuild homes under construction at the McLennan development in Papakura, Auckland. Thirty KiwiBuild homes are being built at McLennan. Eighteen of these homes are expected to be completed by the end of August 2018, with the remainder completed by the end of the year.
Kia Māia te Whai Dare to Explore evaluation 2017/18
Source:Auckland Council Research and Evaluation Unit, RIMU
Topics:Demographics and society, Education and skills
Kia Māia te Whai Dare to Explore (KMTW) is a popular summer reading programme for five to 13 year olds, created and delivered by Auckland Libraries. KMTW has been run annually since 2011/12, and the 2017/18 programme occurred between 9 December 2017 and 17 January 2018. KMTW has been evaluated by the Research and Evaluation Unit (RIMU), with the aim of providing evidence to Auckland Libraries of the successes of KMTW and where it might be improved.
Kei a tātou. It is us. State of the nation report 2018
Topics:Demographics and society, Economy, business and industry, Education and skills, Housing, Quality of life, Transport
The State of the Nation report this year is the eleventh report The Salvation Army’s Social Policy Parliamentary Unit has completed. New Zealand as a nation has changed in many ways over this time and each of these reports have served as markers along the way. In this report, we have analysed the 2017 year, measuring the key social indicators, as previously, but we have also endeavoured to look back over 10 years to provide an indicator of social progress over a more extended period of time.
Kaipara Harbour sediment mitigation study: summary
Author:Adam Daigneault, Malclom Green, Streamlined Environmental Ltd
Source:Streamline Environmental Ltd
Topics:Economy, business and industry, Marine
Northland Regional Council (NRC) with support from Auckland Council (AC) and Ministry for the Environment (MfE) have contracted a consortium led by Streamlined Environmental Ltd and consisting of Streamlined Environmental, Landcare Research, NIWA, and the University of Otago, to conduct the Kaipara Harbour Sediment Mitigation Study (KHSMS). The first objective of the KHSMS is to develop a catchment economic model for use in assessing the economic costs and environmental benefits of a range of scenarios for mitigating sediment losses to rivers and estuaries within the Kaipara Harbour catchment. The second aim of the Study is to develop a management tool for use in formulating consistent farm-scale sediment mitigation plans.
Integrating the FARMLUC classification into planning and policy decision-making. ARPB 4
Author:Auckland Council Research and Evaluation Unit RIMU
Source:Auckland Council, Research and Evaluation Unit, RIMU
Topics:Capacity for growth, Soil
The land use capability (LUC) classification describes eight classes of land across New Zealand1. The versatility of the land decreases as you move from LUC class 1 through the scale towards class 8. LUC class 1 land is defined as being highly versatile with negligible physical limitations for arable or rural farming use, whereas LUC class 8 is classified as land which has very severe to extreme physical limitations making it unsuited to agricultural, horticultural or plantation forestry use.
Increasing voter turnout using behavioural insights
Author:Miriam Williams, Jesse Allpress, Esther Rootham
Source:Auckland Council Research and Evaluation Unit RIMU
Topics:Democracy and governance, Demographics and society
New Zealand local government elections take place every three years by postal vote. Auckland Council is responsible for ensuring all eligible Aucklanders can participate in the city’s elections. With a voter turnout of less than 40 per cent (38.
Impact evaluation of the Māori Housing Network
Author:Sally Duckworth, Anna Thompson, Chelsea Grootveld, Timoti Brown, Maria Marama, Litmus
Source:Te Puni Kōkiri | Litmus
Topics:Demographics and society, Housing, Māori
This report presents the findings of the independent impact evaluation of the Māori Housing Network (the Network). The Network supports whānau, hapū and iwi with information, advice, practical support, and funding to improve and develop whānau housing. The Network was established in July 2015 and began operation in October 2015.
Housing instability in Tāmaki Makaurau. Stories from single mothers and front-line service providers
Author:Auckland Council Community and Social Policy Department, Innovation Unit
Source:Auckland Council Community and Social Policy Department | Innovation Unit
Topics:Demographics and society, Housing
*A homelessness plan for Tāmaki Makaurau* Auckland Council is working with partners to develop a regional, cross sectoral homelessness plan for Tāmaki Makaurau. Partners include government agencies, non-government service providers, philanthropic organisations, mana whenua, academia and the private sector. The plan will deliver collaborative, cross sectoral initiatives for the Auckland region, to ensure homelessness is rare, brief and non-recurring.
Source:Auckland Council Research and Evaluation Unit, RIMU
Many Auckland Council guideline documents are published on the Auckland Design Manual website, www. aucklanddesignmanual. co.
Growing prosperity. The Auckland Prosperity Index: challenges and opportunities
Author:Auckland Tourism Events and Economic Development ATEED
Source:Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development, ATEED
Topics:Demographics and society, Economy, business and industry
Across the developed world, there is increasing recognition that the nature of global growth following the Global Financial Crisis has not delivered equally for all communities. While the global economy has slowly recovered since 2012, it has become clear many of those who were less prosperous prior to the crisis remain so and are benefiting least from the recovery. There has been a huge growth in inequality, with the gap between rich and poor wider than at anytime since World War Two.
Future demographic trends for Māori – part two. Migration, urbanisation, diversity, identity
Author:Te Puni Kōkiri
Source:Te Puni Kōkiri
Topics:Demographics and society, Māori
Tātai tāngata ki te whenua Wāhanga Tuarua: Te Heke, te Noho Tāone, te Kanorau me te Tuakiri o te Ira Tāngata Future Demographic Trends for Māori – Part Two is the second in a series of three reports by Te Puni Kōkiri which collate a range of baseline population statistics, trends and projections for Māori. The series draws together data about the Māori population, the national population and the global population, in order to provide a wider, at times overlooked, context to the future challenges facing Māori. Together the reports cover ten demographic issues: population size, growth and age structure (this report) migration, urbanisation, diversity and identity (report two) households and families, work and education (report three).