We are seeking to understand what people’s experiences have been of trying to find support for family violence in New Zealand.
If you've been impacted by family violence – including being harmed, causing harm, thinking about causing harm, or supporting others in these situations, we'd love you to complete our anonymous survey and go into the draw to win one of three $50 Prezzy cards.
Your experiences will help us to assist others who are seeking support in the future, therefore we will be very grateful for your thoughts.
Ngā mihi nui.
Kiwis have traditionally loved doing up houses. But lately, agents report, home buyers are less and less keen to take on a renovation project, with most preferring a house that is all done and move-in ready.
So we asked the experts: which era of building is the most difficult to renovate: Villas or bungalows? Art deco or 1940s? 1950s and state houses? Or mid-century and 1970s homes?
Their answer is surprisingly simple.
“The older the building the harder it is to renovate,” says New Zealand Renovation Company managing director Darrel Assink, who has been in the industry fifteen years. Read the below article if you are interested..