Housing in Auckland: Trends in housing from the Census of Population and Dwellings 1991 to 2013 describes some of the changes that have occurred in housing in the Auckland region, including tenure, housing costs, and household crowding. There is a particular focus on how Auckland’s rapid growth has affected housing.
The content of this report reflects consultation with the Auckland Council, the Auckland District Health Board, welfare agencies, and central government agencies, in particular the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE). The report looks at changes in dwelling numbers, types, and density over time, and trends in home ownership, affordability, and household crowding.
See Housing in Auckland: Trends in housing from the Census of Population and Dwellings 1991 to 2013 – media release
In table 11, the 2013 data for ‘not owned and not in a family trust’ was swapped with the 2013 data for ‘total stated’ for Wellington, Canterbury, and New Zealand. This has been corrected.
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Goodyear, R & Fabian, A (2014). Housing in Auckland: Trends in housing from the Census of Population and Dwellings 1991 to 2013. Available from www.stats.govt.nz.
ISBN 978-0-478-42905-3 (online)
Published 17 December 2014
Updated 15 July 2015