Community at the heart of new Mangere development
Boasting 65 new warm, dry homes on a 6,082 sqm site, the development replaces 16 older state homes built in the 1960s. The homes are part of the Mangere Development, which will see approximately 10,000 new public, affordable and market housing delivered alongside upgraded amenities and infrastructure over the next 15 to 20 years.
Complete with a community room, barbecue facilities, fruit trees, shared garden space, playground, cycle track and a bike storage area, Housing Minister Megan Woods says community lies at the heart of the new development.
Three people standing infront of a development
Kāinga Ora Board Chair Vui Mark Gosche, Mangere MP Aupito William Sio and Housing Minister Megan Woods at the opening of the Bader Drive, McKenzie Road and Cessna Place complex.