The Pacific Housing Feasibility Support Service is part of the Ministry’s Pacific Housing Initiative.
The Ministry for Pacific Peoples is seeking registrations of interest from Pacific churches and other organisations to receive support to develop feasibility studies and business cases. The Pacific Housing Feasibility service will investigate opportunities to develop housing on land they own, or land they have identified that could be used as affordable housing for Pacific peoples.
The registration of interest closes on 30 June 2021.
The Ministry will advise the outcomes of registrations of interest before 15 July 2021.
If you have any questions about the Pacific Housing Feasibility Support Service, email [email protected]
Please note that your registration will not be saved if you refresh or exit this web page before submitting.
The Pacific Housing Feasibility Service will be provided by a supplier contracted by the Ministry and at no cost to the landowner.
The service will support approximately twelve feasibility studies or business cases in total.
Preference will be given to land holdings that have potential for housing at large scale in areas where there is demonstrated demand for affordable housing for the local Pacific community.
To be eligible, you must: