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Tauranga City Plan

2A.3   Housing bottom lines – Tauranga City

Updated 29 November 2021

Provide housing bottom lines for the short-medium term and long term in Tauranga as set out in the table below: 

Table 2A.1: Housing bottom lines:

Geographical Area Short-medium term 2020- 2030 Long-term 2030-2050  30 Year Total 2020-50 additional
Tauranga City 16,500 25,500 42,000

*The housing bottom lines include a competitiveness margin of 20% for the short and medium terms and 15% for the long term.

2A.3.1 Explanation

The National Policy Statement on Urban Development 2020 (NPS-UD) requires short-medium term and long term housing bottom lines to be set for tier 1 and 2 urban environments, including Tauranga City. Housing bottom lines are the amount of feasible, reasonably expected to be realised development capacity (ie. new dwellings) that must be enabled to meet demand, along with a competitiveness margin for the short and medium terms. The short-medium term means the next 10 years, and the long terms means between 10 and 30 years. The housing bottom lines represent the development capacity that Tauranga City Council shall enable through the City Plan, structure plans, Infrastructure Strategies and strategic growth strategies.    

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