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National Housing Policy Review

The Ministry is currently reviewing the existing National Housing Policy, the key strategic policy document for the housing sector in Fiji.


This strategic project will, in consultation with our housing sector stakeholders and partners, involve:

  • Comprehensively mapping  both supply and demand across the housing  continuum in Fiji  to assist with the identification of gaps, overlaps, challenge and opportunities

  • Launching an updated National Housing Policy which sets out a clear vision, objectives  and areas of focus which will guide the housing sector in Fiji toward achieving the desired housing outcomes over the short, medium and longer term

  • Developing an enhanced and streamlined regulatory and policy framework for the housing sector in Fiji to support the implementation of the National Housing Policy

  • Ensuring that an appropriate national agency structure is in place for implementing policy

Fiji’s existing National Housing Policy was launched in 2011. This inaugural housing policy set out a strategic direction for achieving ‘affordable and decent housing for all” in Fiji.  The approaching ten year anniversary of this policy provides a timely opportunity for review.


The Ministry will hold public consultations on the revised national housing policy later in 2020. Should you wish to find out more about this project, or be involved in the consultations, please contact: Mr Keith Hornby on email:

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