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Revitalising the Production of Lower Value Homes: Researching Dynamics and Outcomes

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Aggregate under-supply of new dwellings has been cited as a major contributor to New Zealand’s high house prices, falling owner occupation, and increasing numbers of households burdened with unaffordable housing.

Central and local government have sought to encourage new-builds and the release of land for residential purposes. But this is not having a substantial impact on the supply of affordable housing. This report presents the rationale and framing of one of the programmes funded within New Zealand’s Building Better Homes Towns and Cities National Science Challenge. That research gives attention to the changing profile of homes produced by the building industry. It traces the pattern of building industry retreat from affordable home building, the factors that prompted that retreat and asks whether there is a benefit in investment in lower value home building and how the building of affordable homes might be revitalised

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