Homes people can afford : how to improve housing in New Zealand / edited by Sarah Bierre, Philippa Howden-Chapman & Lisa Early.
Wellington, Aotearoa New Zealand :
Steele Roberts Aotearoa,
|Physical Description:||151 pages : illustrations (chiefly colour) ; 25 cm|
|Notes:||"This book investigates New Zealand's shortage of affordable and social housing. A variety of contributors argue that when affordable and social housing is under-provided by the market, more active policies and investment are required from central and local government. They offer viable and exciting options that could house New Zealanders in homes they can afford. The book explores new models of urban living that encourage a sense of community and a good quality of life, and shows that intelligent housing policy can help make communities healthier, happier, more stable and more resilient to climate change"--Back cover.|
"Published in 2013 for the Sustainable Cities, New Zealand Centre for Sustainable Cities centred at University of Otago, Wellington ... He Kainga Oranga/Housing and Health Research Programme centred at the University of otago, Wellington"--Title page verso.
|Bibliography:||Includes bibliographical references and index.|