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Thinking About the Logics of Affordable New Build Delivery

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New Zealand faces three conundrums in relation to its housing stock and the new builds which replenish it.

The first is persistent under-supply of housing both in the aggregate and, more particularly, housing affordable to people and households on lower and middle incomes. The second, is misalignment between the new built stock typology and functionality in relation to the needs of New Zealand’s population now and into the future. The third is a seemingly obstinate seam of poor quality builds, builds subject to major performance problems or uncompleted builds which have negative impacts on buyers. Anxieties around each of those problems have been expressed in the political arena, by the building industry, by community organisations, and by ordinary individuals and households.

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