Hua-akoranga mo te mate Covid-19

For information about covid-19 in English

covid-19 အကြောင်းသင်ယူလေ့လာပါ


Koe fakamaamaaga kehe gagao koviti hogofulu mahiva


Ngaahi fakamatala fekau’aki moe covid-19 (vailasi 19)

Kimi marama no runga i te maki Koviti 19

An awesome place to live, work and raise a family

Welcome to TĀMAKI HOUSING – We’re here for you

We are really excited to be providing you with tenancy services in Tāmaki: Glen Innes, Panmure and Point England.

We take a personalised approach to tenancy management, so our team of experienced tenancy managers will be out in the community, spending time getting to know you. As part of our commitment to great tenancy services, we have developed some key operating principles to make sure we get the best outcomes for you. We will provide an excellent service and support, helping you to get what you need. We will work with you to understand your aspirations and help you to achieve them.

As our customer, you are at the heart of everything we do. We are here to help and we want to get to know you better. You can phone our call centre free on 0800 521 555 between 8.00am and 5.00pm, Monday to Friday, or you can visit us at our local offices at 244 Apirana Avenue, Glen Innes or 149 Queens Road Panmure.

Let’s continue talking so that together we can shape a better Tāmaki.

It's happening now

Keep up to date with all the latest news and events about the regeneration programme and the Tāmaki area.

Streets4Everyone in full swing!

Streets4Everyone is all about making our streets safer, more playful and celebrating Tamaki. As we trial some temporary changes, we want to keep you informed and involved, and we’d love to hear your feedback.

Temporary changes to Point England streets

Some temporary changes are coming to Anderson Ave and surrounding streets in Point England as part of Tāmaki Regeneration Company’s Streets4Everyone programme.

Turn a vacant site in Tāmaki into a hub of activity!

We’re looking to fund local people, organisations or community groups to take on a kaimanaaki role and shape four of TRC’s vacant sites into temporary spaces where the community can come to connect.