Ranui, AucklandNZ’s proto-cohousing development, West Auckland based Earthsong shares their experience to inspire the development of new communities.
Grey Lynn, AucklandThe first ‘full-coho’ urban sited Auckland development, Cohaus plans substantial common facilities, negligible car dependency, and neighbourhood engagement.
Otepoti, DunedinA former school site with existing common house is the basis of the Dunedin Highstreet project, providing urban connectivity, and committed to passivehaus standards.
Frankton, QueenstownLed by property professionals, Queenstown Urban Village plan to create New Zealand's first Baugruppen project, confronting affordability head-on, in one of our least affordable regions.
NelsonOff to a strong start, NelsonNZ Cohousing has a strong organisation in place for their affordable, collaborative housing initiative.
Masterton, WairarapaA group of professional mid 40s to mid 50's professionals are developing a 25-home country neighbourhood in the Wairarapa.
ChristchurchViva includes 400 people capitalising on opportunities within Christchurch’s rebuilding to develop a sizeable coho presence, currently at site acquisition phase.
ChristchurchRedeploying a council owned car-park to a develop highly affordable and sustainable cluster of homes on Christchurch’s coast is thise groups aim, inspired by the VIVA project.
WhangareiKaitiakitangai & Manaakitanga drive this 2 acre Whangarei development where village green, pool and common house will be social focal points.
Hawkes BayKotare Village is a self-reliant, permaculture-focussed, eco-village on rural site in rural Northern Hawke's Bay.
WhanganuiDeveloping house by house on Whanganui’s rural fringe of Whanganui, Delhi Villagers’ nine households come from a wide variety of backgrounds but share a common focus on sustainable self-sufficiency.
Taranaki8-10 families and individuals who are keen to create a cohousing community in New Plymouth that is within walking/biking distance to the CBD