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Oranga Development

Work is underway on the Oranga Development which will bring new warm, healthy homes to Oranga. We will also be improving some of the streets and parks in the neighbourhoods we’re working in.

The Oranga Development will better utilise around 18 hectares of state-owned land to renew and expand state housing, and provide new homes for the market over the next eight years. Approximately 335 state houses will be removed or demolished to build around 370 new state houses plus 600-800 new homes for sale on the market. Of the market homes, 55% will be priced in a more affordable price range.

The development project will assess and upgrade suburb-wide facilities and infrastructure, including water and sewer pipes, public transport, roading and pedestrian connections.

Visit the Oranga Development website for more info.

Your Street

Your street or neighbourhood may be affected by this work. We are sorry for the disruption – we do our best to minimise it and to keep you informed. It is important work because it involves upgrading your neighbourhood infrastructure so that it is future proofed for the community, so thank you for your patience.

Once plans for a development stage are finalised, Kāinga Ora's urban development team publishes a ‘staging map’ showing the affected streets.

Go to orangadevelopment.co.nz to see where work is underway.

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One way to find out what’s happening in your street or neighbourhood is to follow us on Facebook.

We post regular updates for each of the development areas while we are working in them.

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Got a Question or Problem?

If you have a burning question we haven’t answered or there’s a problem related to the work going on in your street, please get in touch with us. We are keen to help.

Please note that Piritahi can help while we are working in your area preparing the land for the house builders. Once the builders start please contact the company on site or Kāinga Ora's urban development team if you have a construction-related problem.

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