For the quick overview of our project:
- In December 2022 Radio NZ's 'The Detail' did an in depth program on our project.
- This 2020 Introduction to the Golden Bay/Mohua Affordable Housing Project gives a 7 minute overview of the project. A lot has changed/been refined since then, but it's a good starting point.
- Here is a video on the progress of our first build in Rockville.
- GBMAHP Health and Safety Manual (4/10/22)
- GBMAHP Operations Manual (12/3/23)
- GBMAHP Construction Manual
- GBMAHP Wood Cutting Excel Workbook
- AML/CTR Risk Assessment
- AML/CTR Compliance Programme
- Takaka Flood Model (12/1/23)
- GBMAHP Housing Eligibility Criteria and Application Form (29/11/22)
- CCCFA Financial Statement of Position Form
- CCCFA Monthly Expentiture Form
- AML Risk Assessment Form
- AML Verification Form
- GBMAHP Sample Land Lease Agreement
- GBMAHP Sample Hosting Agreement
- GBMAHP Sample Dwelling Purchase Agreement - GBMAHP Financing
- GBMAHP Sample Dwelling Purchase Agreement - Other Financing
- GBMAHP Statement of Intent To Provide a Home
- Statement of Position Verifying Ability to Borrow from GBMAHP for a Home
- 2022 - December: Radio NZ's 'The Detail' did an update on our project
- 2022 - April: Golden Bay Weekly story on the opening of two pensioner flats in Takaka
- 2022 - April: Stuff Article on the opening of two pensioner flats as part of our partnership with Tasman District Council
- 2021 - December: Golden Bay Weekly has a story on our first year.
- 2021 - August: Stuff Article on the family receiving House #1
- 2021 - June: Video on the progress of our first build in Rockville
- 2021 - June: Radio NZ's 'The Detail' did a story on the project. Here is a download of the interview
- 2021 - June: Chris Bennett was interviewed on Magic Talk Radio about the project. Here is a download of the interview.
- 2021 - May: Stuff Article on support from Tasman District Council for project
- 2021 - May: Short article from Lifemark's newsletter on incorporating the needs of the disabled into our designs
- 2021 - February: Stuff Article on Community Support for Golden Bay/Mohua Affordable Housing Project
- 2021 - February: Golden Bay Weekly article on the housing crisis and how our project is trying to help address it
- 2020 - December: Stuff Article on Progress
- 2020 - December: Golden Bay Weekly Article on the Project Launch Meeting
- 2020 - November: Golden Bay Weekly Article on the Golden Bay/Mohua Affordable Housing Project
- 2020 - November: Stuff Article on the Golden Bay/Mohua Affordable Housing Project
- 2020 - November: Golden Bay Weekly Article on the housing crisis
Reports, Papers and Studies
- 2021 - Ministerial Briefing Paper on Funding for Affordable Housing
- 2020 - Concept Proposal: Golden Bay/Mohua Affordable Housing Project
- 2020 - Golden Bay Housing Study Data
- 2022 - May: Golden Bay Friendship Society
- 2021 - October: Golden Bay University of the Third Age (U3A)
- 2021 - July: University of Melbourne Urban Planning Class
- 2021 - May: Sustainability Hui Meeting on Affordable Housing in Golden Bay
- 2021 - April: Project Update for the Golden Bay Community Board
- 2021 - April: Motueka Tiny House Expo Project Overview
- 2021 - February: Project Overview (with narration)
- 2020 - December: Project Launch Meeting - Project Overview (with narration)
- 2020 - Short Overview of the Project
- 2021 - Installing the screw pile foundation for House #2
- 2021 - Introduction to the Golden Bay/Mohua Affordable Housing Project
- 2021 - The layout of the first house to be built (May 10)
- Takaka Cohousing Neighbourood Project
- March 2021 article from Stuff on Queenstown project with progressive ownership apartments where the Trust owns the land
Radio New Zealand has a brilliant series on the housing crisis (about 10 minutes a video)
- Episode 1: Housing Stress
- Episode 2: Meet the Developers
- Episode 3: Goodbye to the Dream
- Episode 4: Is Growth a Problem?
- Episode 5: The Awkward Threesome
- Episode 6: Lessons from the Rubble
- Episode 7: Do We Have a NZ Style?
- Episode 8: Is the RMA a Dog?
- Episode 9: A House or a Home?
- Episode 10: The Covid Effect
The '99% Invisible' podcast series 'Acording to Need' looks into homelessness in California and asks the question 'what are we doing to get people into housing'. While focused on the US, many of the issues are faced here in New Zealand. Very thought provoking and insightful. If you only have time for one, try Episode 3 which describes how they compared the progressive model of moving homeless people into homes compared to giving them homes first. The results will surprise you.