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Mark the space that best describes this dwelling:

House or townhouse (NOT joined to any other); House, townhouse, unit or apartment joined to one or more other houses, townhouses, units or apartments; Moveable dwelling, for example, caravan, boat, tent etc; Other'

And 'Is this building as a whole one storey, two or three storeys, four or more storeys, or none of these?'

Te Waipounamu
Dwelling type

Access to appropriate housing is critical to wellbeing. In general, a greater concentration of higher density dwellings is likely to attract more young adults and smaller households; while larger, detached or separate dwellings are more likely to have families and prospective families living in them.

Dwelling type statistics in should be viewed in conjunction with Household Size, Household Type, Household Tenure and Age Structure for a more complete picture of access to housing.

The data in these tables is the number of individuals in each dwelling type, rather than the number of households. Household data excludes people temporarily absent from their usual residence on census night.

Dwelling structure
Te Waipounamu - Rohe20132006Change
Dwelling structureNumber of Māori within rohe% of Māori within roheNew Zealand Māori population %Number of Māori within rohe% of Māori within roheNew Zealand Māori population %2006 to 2013
Separate house70,72587.186.164,13186.785.7+6,594
Medium density5,5206.86.55,3857.37.1+135
High density3,0063.74.42,8143.84.1+192
Other dwelling4890.60.53360.50.5+153
Not stated1,4971.82.51,3021.82.6+195

Dwelling summary
Te Waipounamu - Rohe20132006Change
Dwelling typeNumber of Māori within rohe% of Māori within roheNew Zealand Māori population %Number of Māori within rohe% of Māori within roheNew Zealand Māori population %2006 to 2013
Occupied private dwellings81,23797.998.673,96898.498.8+7,269
Non private dwellings1,7072.11.41,1911.61.2+516
Total people82,944100.0100.075,159100.0100.0+7,785

Source: Statistics New Zealand, Census of Population and Dwellings 2006 and 2013.

Dwelling structure, 2013
Dwelling structure, 2013 Other dwelling, New Zealand Māori population: 0.5% High density, New Zealand Māori population: 4.4% Medium density, New Zealand Māori population: 6.5% Separate house, New Zealand Māori population: 86.1% Other dwelling, Rohe - Te Waipounamu Māori population: 0.6% High density, Rohe - Te Waipounamu Māori population: 3.7% Medium density, Rohe - Te Waipounamu Māori population: 6.8% Separate house, Rohe - Te Waipounamu Māori population: 87.1%
Source: Statistics New Zealand, Census of Population and Dwellings, 2013.
Change in dwelling structure, 2006 to 2013
Change in dwelling structure, 2006 to 2013 Other dwelling, Rohe - Te Waipounamu: +153 High density, Rohe - Te Waipounamu: +192 Medium density, Rohe - Te Waipounamu: +135 Separate house, Rohe - Te Waipounamu: +6,594
Source: Statistics New Zealand, Census of Population and Dwellings, 2006 and 2013.

Dominant groups

There were no major differences between the dwelling structure of the Te Waipounamu Iwi and the [Parameter].[BMIDLabel] [Parameter].[BMMaoriDescentIDLabel] in 2013.

Emerging groups

The largest changes in the dwelling structure of the Te Waipounamu Iwi between 2006 and 2013 were:

  • Separate house (+6,594 households)
  • High density (+192 households)
  • Other dwelling (+153 households)
  • Medium density (+135 households)