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Grey Lynn, AucklandThe first ‘full-coho’ urban sited Auckland development, Cohaus plans substantial common facilities, negligible car dependency, and neighbourhood engagement.
Owairaka / Mt Albert, AucklandCornerstone Cohousing is planning to develop urban Auckland cohousing for 55+ to 'age in place' with 25 apartments and shared facilities - possibly in the Owairaka area.
TaranakiFrom tiny homes to 4 Beds, New Plymouth is planning for 30 dwellings, in an arrangement much influenced by Auckland's Earthsong community.
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.
Masterton, WairarapaA group of professional mid 40s to mid 50's professionals are developing a 25-home country neighbourhood in the Wairarapa.
PeterboroughAlready 37 years old, in the aftermath of the Christchurch earthquake, Peterborough Housing Cooperative is rebuilding with a purpose-designed 15 unit pocket neighbourhood in central Christchurch.
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.
FeatherstonBrookside Featherston is a community based village of small and tiny houses already, well under development.
ChristchurchViva includes 400 people capitalising on opportunities within Christchurch’s rebuilding to develop a sizeable coho presence, currently at site acquisition phase.