The vitality of rural and provincial towns is threatened by the division of New Zealand into risk zones for building strengthening, says New Zealand First.
Updates filtered by: Housing
New Zealand First says the Government is deliberately hiding results of the national warrant of fitness (WOF) trial for state houses at the expense of vulnerable New Zealanders.
Kiwis have little chance of outbidding a foreign buyer for New Zealand land, says New Zealand First
“Foreign buyers can pull the rug from under our feet when it comes to purchasing, says New Zealand First Leader Rt Hon Winston Peters.
The confused state of the triad of Housing Ministers proves beyond doubt, there is no government plan to improve housing for all New Zealanders, says New Zealand First.
New Zealand First is offering Finance Minister Bill English a day out to meet Kiwis who live in poverty.
Denis O'Rourke will be participating in the Panel Discussion on West Auckland Housing at the MPHS Hub West, 27 Corban Ave, Henderson, on Wednesday 3 September 2014 from 6.00 pm to 8.00 pm.
National’s limp housing policy simply means more money for foreign owners, says New Zealand First.
Katikati Public Meeting
Wednesday 27 August, 1pm
Katikati War Memorial Hall, Main Rd, Katikati
New Zealand First’s plan for a state agency to buy and hold land is common sense, and will be effective into the future, says New Zealand First Housing spokesperson Denis O’Rourke.
Epsom Public Meeting
Sunday 24 August, 2pm
Alexandra Park, Cnr Greenlane West and Manukau Road, Greenlane, Auckland
“THE WORDS MEAN WHAT I SAY THEY MEAN”
New Zealand cannot deal with almost 800 people settling here every week - it is just not common sense, says New Zealand First.
So much New Zealand land is being sold to foreigners the office that is supposed to be the watchdog for Kiwis should be renamed the Office for Selling off New Zealand.