Homes for Generations

Publications

 

Papers, reports, and presentations produced by the research team for this programme will be uploaded here as they are finalised. For articles, radio interviews and podcasts try the What’s Happening tab.  If you can not find a particular output you are looking for please contact us at info@cresa.co.nz.  

You can also access research outputs from this programme and others funded by the Building National Science Challenge via the publications page of the BBHTC website.

 

Reports And PapersDownloadDate
Saville-Smith, K and I. Mitchell, Accommodation Supplement - High Expenditure Low Efficacy. Working Paper for BBHTC Homes and Spaces for Generations: Affordable Housing for Generations - Components A & B.20/12/2020
Saville-Smith, K. & Mitchell, I. Essential workers’ bubbles: Crowding, housing affordability and tenure. Research Bulletin for BBHTC Homes and Spaces for Generations: Affordable Housing for Generations.04/05/2020
Saville-Smith, K. 'Too Many Costly Homes', BUILD, 177 April/May 202020/05/2020
Rehm, M. and Yang, Y. Betting on House Prices: Housing Speculation in Auckland. Research Bulletin for BBHTC Homes and Spaces for Generations: Affordable Housing for Generations.16/06/2020
James, B. The Meaning of Home and Affordability: Housing trade-offs among seniors and among 20-40 year olds. Working Paper for BBHTC Homes and Spaces for Generations: Affordable Housing for Generations - Component C.25/06/2020
James, B. Housing as the Base for Care and Support: Older people's Housing Experiences during Covid-19, Research Bulletin for BBHTC Homes and Spaces for Generations: Affordable Housing for Generations.30/06/2020
Cram, F. (2020) Mahi Aroha: Aroha ki te tangata, he tängata, Mai Journal, Volume 9, Issue 4.30/09/2020
Cram, F. (2021) Mahi aroha: Māori work in times of trouble and disaster as an expression of a love for the people, Kōtuitui: New Zealand Journal of Social Sciences Online17/02/2021
Saville-Smith, K ., Housing Stock Ownership Concentration 1986-2018: A Brief Comment on Trends, Transformation and Implications. Research Bulletin for BBHTC Homes and Spaces for Generations: Affordable Housing for Generations.21/06/2021
Cram, F., Cram, S., Munro, M. & Tawhai, S. (2021). Awhi mai, awhi atu: Giving and receiving support during the 2020 COVID-19 lockdown. Report for Building Better Homes, Towns and Cities: Affordable Housing for Generations.30/06/2021
James, B. (2021) Learning from Seniors’ Experiences of Housing and Home during the COVID-19 pandemic, Report for Building Better Homes, Towns and Cities, Affordable Housing for Generations30/06/2021
Adcock, A., Cram, F. & Lawton, B. (2021). “It feels real good having my own space” – Young Māori mothers in the E Hine Study talk about housing. New Zealand Population Review, 47, 171–197. Special Edition: Housing at the heart of place, people and population.01/08/2021
White, V., Ferguson, A., Goodyear, R. & Saville-Smith, K. (2021). The condition of owned and rented housing in Aotearoa New Zealand. New Zealand Population Review, 47, 108–144. Special Edition: Housing at the heart of place, people and population.01/08/2021
Barrett, P., Garrett-Walker, R. (2021). Statistical representations to the housing problem in Briefings to Incoming Ministers, 2008-2019: the politics of housing numbers.. New Zealand Population Review, 47, 305–331. Special Edition: Housing at the heart of place, people and population.01/08/2021
James, B., Coleman, T., Cram, F., & Kearns, R. (2021). Pathways to Renting among Older Former Homeowners. New Zealand Population Review, 47, 225–261. Special Edition: Housing at the heart of place, people and population.01/08/2021
James, B., Ageing in place as an older tenant: Independence and uncertainty. Research Bulletin for Building Better Homes, Towns and Cities, Affordable Housing for Generations. 05/08/2021
Berghan, J. Kaupapakāinga: The potential for Māori cohousing. Report for BBHTC: Affordable Housing for Generations.30/09/2021
Berghan, J. (2020) Ecology of community: Exploring principles of socially-based tenure in urban papakāinga and cohousing communities. (Thesis, Doctor of Philosophy). University of Otago.01/11/2021
Nandedkar, G. (2021) Covid-19 and Media Constructions of Housing and Home in Aotearoa New Zealand, Report for Building Better Homes, Towns and Cities, Affordable Housing for Generations.01/11/2021
Berghan, J. 'The Benefits of Modern Cohousing', BUILD, 187 Dec 2021/January 202220/01/2022
James, B., Saville-Smith, N., White, V., and Saville-Smith, K. Energy, the Challenge of Fuel Poverty, and Wellbeing: A case study of 18 low-income households. Research Bulletin for BBHTC Homes and Spaces for Generations: Affordable Housing for Generations23/03/2022
James, B. (2022) Trade-offs in community housing providers’ procurement decision-making: The critical role of residents’ perspectives. Report for Building Better Homes, Towns and Cities, Affordable Housing for Generations - Component C.31/03/2022
Barrett, P. (2022) Intersections between housing affordability and meanings of home: a review. Kōtuitui: New Zealand Journal of Social Sciences Online10/06/2022
Opit, S. & James, B. (2022). Innovating Housing Futures: Case Study of the Nelson Housing Reserve Fund. Report for Building Better Homes, Towns and Cities, Affordable Housing for Generations – Component E15/08/2022
Isaacs, N. (2022). Government residential maintenance incentives and information programmes. Report for Building Better Homes, Towns and Cities, Affordable Housing for Generations – Component D.30/08/2022
Bailey, K. (2022), Reflections on Kaumātua , Pakeke and Seniors’ Housing: Building Robust Solutions with Research, Saville-Smith, K., Cram, F., James, B., & A. Robinson (eds), 20/10/2022
James, B. & Nandedkar, G. (2022). Innovating Housing Futures: Waikato Case Study. Report for Building Better Homes, Towns and Cities, Affordable Housing for Generations – Component E14/12/2022
James, B.L. (2023), "What housing characteristics support seniors? Seniors’ experiences of housing and home in New Zealand during the COVID-19 pandemic", International Journal of Housing Markets and Analysis, Vol. 16 No. 3, pp. 552-57421/03/2023
Cram, F., Berghan, J., Adcock, A., & Fowler, M. (2023) Young Mothers at Te Tipu Whenua o Pa Harakeke talk about what makes a house a home, Report for Building Better Homes, Towns and Cities, Affordable Housing for Generations – Component C,.22/03/2023
Riggs, L., Isaacs, N., and V. White, (2023) Examining the Factors affecting Household Energy Expenditure, Report for Building Better Homes, Towns and Cities, Affordable Housing for Generations.30/04/2023
Rehm, M., Cheung, W., and K. Saville-Smith (2023), Builds and Housing Prices: A case study of the impacts of special housing areas and accords in Selwyn District, Report for Building Better Homes, Towns and Cities National Science Challenge, Affordable Housing for Generations.26/05/2023
Saville-Smith, K., (2023) Build Costs, Prices, and Affordable House Retention: A case study of the Starter Home, A Report for Building Better Homes, Towns and Cities National Science Challenge, Affordable Housing for Generations.30/06/2023
Austin, P. (2023) Community Land Trusts: Performance and Relevance for Aotearoa New Zealand, A report for Building Better Homes, Towns and Cities National Science Challenge, Affordable Housing for Generations.02/08/2023
Mitchell, I., and K. Saville-Smith (2023), Adaptation and Resilience – Lessons in Co-operative Housing from the Peterborough Street Co-operative, Report for Building Better Homes, Towns and Cities National Science Challenge, Affordable Housing for Generations - Component E.16/10/2023
Rehm, M., and Cheung, W., (2023), Housing Affordability Price Points in NZ: ‘Rice and Beans’ vs ‘Smashed Avocado’, Report for Building Better Homes, Towns and Cities National Science Challenge, Affordable Housing for Generations20/11/2023
Saville-Smith, K., (2024), Planning Practice: A case study of barriers to a tiny subdivision, Report for FAAB Small Homes, Building Better Homes, Towns and Cities National Science Challenge. Wellington: FAAB Small Homes, BBHTC.29/03/2024
Barrett, P., Cram, F., and James, B., (eds), (2024), The Experience of Homemaking in Unaffordable and Precarious Housing, Report for Building Better Homes, Towns and Cities National Science Challenge, Affordable Housing for Generations, April 2024, Wellington: AHFG, BBHTC.08/04/2024
White, V., Jones, S., Riggs, L., and Isaacs, N. Undone Maintenance: What will it cost? Report for Building Better Homes, Towns and Cities, Affordable Housing for Generations – Component D06/05/2024

 

Conference PapersDownloadDate
Final Summits: "AHFG Overview Summit Introduction", presentation by K. Saville-Smith18/04/2024
Final Summits: "Dimensions of Affordability and Meanings of Home", presentation by P. Barrett, B. James & F. Cram18/04/2024
Final Summits: "Price Points and Affordability: Realism beyond 'Rice & Beans'", presentation by M. Rehm, W. Cheung & I. Mitchell18/04/2024
Final Summits: "Structural Change: Stock Ownership and Intermediate Housing Markets", presentation by K. Saville-Smith & I. Mitchell18/04/2024
Final Summits: "Rethinking Tenure - Cooperatives and Affordability", presentation by J. Berghan & I. Mitchell18/04/2024
Final Summits: "Planning, Building and House Prices: Selwyn SHA and the Starter Home", presentation by M. Rehm, W. Cheung & K. Saville-Smith18/04/2024
Final Summits: "Overlooked Housing Costs: Household maintenance and energy expenditures", presentation by L. Riggs, V. White & N. Isaacs18/04/2024