430 new houses for Hobsonville

  • A Maori tribe has agreed to build 430 new houses at Hobsonville with 80 per cent priced below the Auckland median price.

Ngati Whatua o Kaipara investment committee chairwoman Anita Mazzoleni said the tribe had committed “a reasonable chunk” of its 2013 Treaty of Waitangi cash settlement of about $30 million to buy 9ha at Hobsonville for the project.



Construction continuing on a new housing development at Hobsonville Point, Auckland. Photo / Dean Purcell

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