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Dwell Annual Report 2016-2017 Dwell Annual Report 2015-2016 Dwell Annual Report 2014-2015 Dwell Annual Report 2013-2014

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Books

More than a landlord

In celebration of the Wellington Housing Trust's 25th anniversary in 2006, WHT commissioned Wellington public historian Ben Schrader to write More than a Landlord – a short history of Wellington Housing Trust (PDF, 2100kb).

In 2012 an accompanying update to this publication, More than a Landlord: 2007-2012 (PDF, 3100kb), was written by Louise Slocombe to celebrate the Trust's 30th anniversary.

Homes that people can afford: how to improve housing in New Zealand

This book focuses on the concept of partnership to increase investment in affordable housing and is based on presentations and debate from a one-day workshop held in the University of Otago, Wellington in June 2012 - Partnerships for Social and Affordable Housing.

The Wellington Housing Trust was invited by Prof Philippa Howden-Chapman to contribute to the book and the resulting chapter "More than a landlord: realising the potential of the community housing sector" was written by Trustee Clare Aspinall, Director Alison Cadman and supporter Louise Carrington.

Bibliographic details:

Homes that people can afford: how to improve housing in New Zealand.
Sarah Biere, Philippa Howden-Chapamn and Lisa Early (eds).
New Zealand Centre for Sustainable Cities / He Kainga Oranga - Housing and Research Health Programme, 2013.

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Dwell Housing Trust provides affordable, quality housing for people in need or on a low income. We are more than a landlord - we ensure our tenants have access to the support they need and want to live well, do well and be well.

We believe that affordable, stable and healthy housing is a fundamental right, and that appropriate housing has long-lasting benefits for the people living within those households and the wider community.

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Wellington 6142, New Zealand
 Level 5, 173-175 Victoria Street
Wellington, New Zealand