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Ngā Pōtiki Housing

‘Everyone should be able to enjoy a warm, dry home and a healthy family – and the two go hand in hand’ Ngā Pōtiki Strategic Housing Plan 2013-2043 aspires to develop, maintain and manage quality, affordable housing for the wider public and Ngā Pōtiki alike’

As a Community Housing Provider (CHP) approved by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, we are committed to working closely with key stakeholders to assist Māori land trusts to realize their aspirations to provide quality affordable housing for whānau while simultaneously helping them to build capacity.

As a developer, we build communities that have regard to the Ngā Pōtiki cultural landscapes and seascapes and empower residents. Our comprehensive Te Manawa o Papamoa development at Te Houhou will eventually comprise of up to 300 homes on 27ha and is intended to cater for a broader housing need that reflects current market trends and aspirations.

Tena koutou ngā whānau ā Ngā Pōtiki.

The opening date for applications for housing in Manawa begins Friday 4 October online. You will be able to access via the website:

We look forward to hearing from you.
Ngā mihi
Ngā Pōtiki ā Tamapahore Trust

Key Housing Goals

Crown estimates record our current Ngā Pōtiki population sitting around 2500. The local suburbs of Arataki, Te Maunga, Pāpāmoa, Kairua and Welcome Bay are areas traditionally populated by Ngā Pōtiki whānau.

However, as our tribal estate diminished through questionable land sales and public works takings for a rubbish dump and sewage ponds, and other activities to service the growth of Tauranga, Ngā Pōtiki people were forced to live outside this traditional area.

Achievements to date

Te Ohaaki a Miriama Papakāinga

Ngā Pōtiki project manages Te Ohaaki a Miriama papakāinga development on behalf of the Pirihima Whanau Trust. This development consists of 6 x 2 bedroom modern units located adjacent to Tahuwhakatiki marae. Each is carpeted and a generous grant from TECT provided for the installation of whiteware, drapes and curtains.

Housing Repair and Maintenance Programme

Our housing program is not limited to ‘new builds’ but extends to upgrading older existing family homes to run more efficiently and thereby reduce costs of heating, power and water. A comprehensive insulation, repair and maintenance program to upgrade family homes in 2015 proved to be hugely successful and subject to funding support from Te Puni Kokiri, the project will be offered again in 2016 / 2017 to those applicants who meet the criteria.

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