The Level 3 Lowdown on Housing and Covid-19

A young girl with panda earmuffs holds a sign saying “Fill the Ghost Houses”
A group of young people holding signs in support of better housing solutions.
”Homes are for living not for profit” — photo by Vanessa Cole

We called on the government for:

What’s happened:

Our reckons:

Two women, one older, one younger holding a sign supporting the Emergency Housing Plan.
#EmergencyHousingPlan! — photo by Val.

We called on the government for:

What’s happened?

Our reckons:

We called on the government to:

What’s happened?

Our reckons:

We called on the government to:

What’s happened?

Our reckons:

Three people in their home smiling. Two are in wheelchairs and one holds a sign for safe, accessible housing.
“Accessible housing for all!” — photo by tripups

What does this mean as the alert level eases?

  • How will the government ensure that renters do not go into debt because of covid-19?
  • What secure and permanent housing will we provide for rough sleepers who have been put in emergency accommodation during lockdown?
  • How will we protect people in precarious housing during the economic recession?
  • What are the opportunities for mass builds of public rental homes and papakāinga construction to create more jobs?
  • People who rent should no longer have to struggle in the private market. What are the opportunities for public housing for more people?
A young girl with panda earmuffs holds a sign saying “Fill the Ghost Houses”
Manea says “Fill the Ghost Houses!” — photo by Jasmine.

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