|English: PSA members take part in a rally during a dispute with Housing New Zealand (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
|A high-density (state housing) apartment block in the Auckland CBD, Auckland City, New Zealand. Looking west from Greys Avenue. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
What has also become obvious is that Housing New Zealand is not honouring its mandate to honour the National Party's pledge to replace any state house demolished or sold. In point of fact only a small percentage of houses being sold and removed in Auckland and Lower Hutt will be replaced by new state houses; these will be private and so-called community housing. This is already causing hardship as families and communities are broken up as tenants have to accept tenancies of houses elsewhere.
In Lower Hutt 68 or more housing units are being demolished because they are earthquake risks - actually it seems a devious scheme to seperate Mongrel Mob members from their communities in many cases. While the public won't be that sympathetic, children of poor families are being penalised by the State.