The property system is built for growth and changing needs, and maintains public confidence in fundamental property rights.

Focus areas

  1. Technology platform
  2. Tenure constructs
     

1. Technology platform

Delivering long-term benefits, both stand-alone and through interfaces.

Priorities 1 - 2 years

  • The design of the core property platform supports future property system needs, LINZ’s strategic outcomes and interfaces with other relevant platforms in both public and private sectors. (Operational)

Priorities 3 - 5 years

  • ASaTS is being implemented in ways that support LINZ outcomes, including access to data that address “things that matter for New Zealand” and efficient interfaces with other data platforms. (Operational)

Extent of change

Progression
Work is under way; outcome may imply further testing of the model.

 

2. Tenure constructs

Meeting the changing needs of homeowners and Māori land owners.

Priorities 1 - 2 years

  • Proposals for reform of tenure constructs that address long-term needs of Māori land owners and occupants of multi-unit dwellings are prepared. (Functional)

Priorities 3 - 5 years

  • Long-term tenure reforms that address Māori land ownership and changing housing needs are agreed (potentially via social licence). (Functional)

Extent of change

Major
Potentially fundamental reform, requiring substantial engagement with affected parties (for example, iwi).