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Building solutions for changing needs - Build 170(2019)

Abbreviation
Building solutions for changing needs
Valid from
01/02/2019

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Information type
BUILD article
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Description

New Zealand has struggled to deliver new builds that are accessible to all ages and abilities. Now, a research project is looking at ways to deliver affordable functional housing, particularly for older people.

THE NEW ZEALAND Building Code and standards do not cover disability functionality due to ageing in dwellings. This is despite New Zealand being an international leader in developing Lifemark, an accreditation tool that assesses new build designs for their functionality and accessibility.

Scope

This article includes:

  • Barriers to safe affordable housing
  • Research looking for practical solutions
  • Research looking for practical solutions
  • Three components of project
  • Results available late 2019
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Description

New Zealand has struggled to deliver new builds that are accessible to all ages and abilities. Now, a research project is looking at ways to deliver affordable functional housing, particularly for older people.

THE NEW ZEALAND Building Code and standards do not cover disability functionality due to ageing in dwellings. This is despite New Zealand being an international leader in developing Lifemark, an accreditation tool that assesses new build designs for their functionality and accessibility.

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Building solutions for changing needs - Build 170(2019)
Description

New Zealand has struggled to deliver new builds that are accessible to all ages and abilities. Now, a research project is looking at ways to deliver affordable functional housing, particularly for older people.

THE NEW ZEALAND Building Code and standards do not cover disability functionality due to ageing in dwellings. This is despite New Zealand being an international leader in developing Lifemark, an accreditation tool that assesses new build designs for their functionality and accessibility.

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Building solutions for changing needs - Build 170(2019)

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