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Tamaki Housing Group - Press Release

Published: Wed 13 May 2015 03:21 PM
Tamaki Housing Group - Press Release
With the recent announcement from the Finance/Housing NZ Minister,
Bill English on the transferral of 2,800 state houses to the Tamaki Redevelopment Company and a $200 million dollar loan, disquiet has descended over the 3 affected suburbs in Tamaki.
Unreliable profiteering providers can never match the consistent impartial services Housing NZ provide. Glen Innes, Pt England and Panmure will soon become a basketcase with hopeful new landlords that the state tenant base distrust intently.
Who will deliver temporary tenancies under Business Initiated transfers based on race, nepotism, conflicts of interest and religion?
The proven track record of this despicable social housing experiment overseas put tenants safety, health and privacy at risk, when public housing was transferred to costly multiple private sector providers.
Tamaki Housing Group wants Housing NZ to continue managing the tenancies and retaining ownership of the 2,800 state rental properties.
Tamaki Housing Group, Glen Innes.
ENDS

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