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New Zealand PM opens Army housing complex in Auckland

New Zealand PM opens Army housing complex in Auckland

New Zealand PM opens Army housing complex in Auckland

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern officially opened a Salvation Army housing complex, Te Hononga Tangata in Royal Oak in Auckland late last year. 

Designed to give people the security of a home while also growing a community, the 50-unit apartment block includes spacious one and two-bedroom apartments, green spaces, a community garden, and ‘bump spaces’ – areas where people will naturally meet each other. A hall, including an office for a tenancy manager and chaplain, is also part of the complex.

The Salvation Army will continue to offer a range of wraparound services for the tenants. It had more than 700 referrals for the unit – an indication of the huge demand for social housing in Auckland, and throughout Aotearoa.

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