The Housing Care Service provides adequate, affordable housing for New Zealand citizens who meet Council’s entry criteria. The Council owns 21 complexes providing 215 rental housing units for seniors in Invercargill and Bluff. The Housing Care Service has always been self-funding, with income derived solely from rents: there is no draw on rates

The Service provides comfortable and affordable accommodation for elderly people who need help with housing and are eligible. People 60 years and over have first priority.

ICC housing units
Two of the Council units in the 22-unit complex on the corner of Conon and Tweed streets. 

The units are clustered in villages and offer a pleasant environment in which residents can socialise if they choose.

All units are easily accessible and insulated, and all have electric ranges, washing machines, floor coverings, light fittings, electric heating and bathroom heaters. Tenants need only supply a fridge, drapes and furniture before moving in.

Many residents enjoy the independence that the units provide at an affordable cost.

Currently 91 of our 215 units have fibre to the units, which means tenants can take up fast broadband internet access if they wish.

If you would like to receive a copy of the Housing Care Service Information Kit. phone   (03) 211 1777   and ask for a copy to be sent to you. For more information about any aspect of Council Housing Care contact the Council’s Housing Care Support Officer   (03) 211 1777  .