The future of the Chamberlain Park golfcourse returns to the agenda of the Albert-Eden Local Board on Wednesday, with a recommendation to convert it to a wider range of community uses. Funding for the conversion was estimated at $22 million, but project costs are now estimated at $29.7 million. Council policy analyst Francis Faessen says […]
9 sell out of 20 at apartments auction – GDP up 0.6% again – Fed holds rate – Council panel defers freedom camping bylaw decision – A quiet market? This contest took 71 bids – Statesman studio sells – Glen Innes dance studio building sold
The hearings panel on Auckland Council’s freedom camping bylaw has deferred its recommendations report to get more advice.
Auckland Council committees, and one local board, have numerous big issues before them this week. First, the audit committee’s agenda on Wednesday raises 4 important issues.
The Reserve Bank released a review of its loan:value ratio (LVR) policy for residential lending yesterday, but hasn’t made a recommendation on ending or changing the policy.
I found much of the review commentary from the Reserve Bank & Treasury either wishy-washy or sliding off topic, when I wanted to pinpoint a purpose, a direction, clear options and a reason for choosing one path over another.