The Overseas Investment Office has granted its consent to Neil Construction Ltd to buy 15.69ha at Whenuapai to continue its development programme.Read more →
I’ve long been under the impression that the Air Force, as the Navy does with its dinghy, would take its C130 transport plane out for a drive once/month to use the fuel allocation, and the plane would glide back to base using Greville Rd at Albany as the guide.Read more →
Colliers agents have sold 4 properties around Auckland & 2 in Gisborne, including 2 post-auction & one pre-auction.
At Albany, a site on Appian Way (pictured) with consent for a mixed-use development has been sold.
Colliers sold the Bell Tea warehouse at East Tamaki at auction yesterday, but a new childcare centre at Whenuapai was passed in.Read more →
Auckland Council will publicly notify the proposed plan change tomorrow to rezone 124ha at Whenuapai from the future urban zone to urban zones.Read more →
Auckland Council’s planning committee agreed yesterday to a refresh programme for the city centre & waterfront. A second novelty yesterday came in the form of 4 plan changes – the first batch under the super-city’s unitary plan.Read more →
Auckland will get $300 million from the Government’s new Housing Infrastructure Fund, which will bring forward construction of 10,500 homes in north-western suburbs Whenuapai & Redhills.Read more →
Auckland Council’s planning committee began its 6-hour meeting yesterday with input from advocates of no port extension into the Waitemata Harbour, and of relocating the freight operation. Also, a brief summary of matters the committee considered.Read more →
Bayleys had a strong performance at its Total Property auction on Wednesday, selling 14 of the 23 properties on offer, including 4 of the 5 retail outlets in the new Grange development on the southern fringe of Warkworth.Read more →
Auckland Council’s Auckland development committee approved the process today to complete a structure plan for Whenuapai in September, beating the inevitable delay if it was held over for the October elections.Read more →
The first special housing area in Auckland to get consent for development is a 31.4ha site at Whenuapai.Read more →
Downtown deal struck – Precinct ebit up but npat down – Precinct 1:7 rights issue – 3 apartments sell at Bayleys – Metlifecare lifts profits – Summerset grows assets & returns – Scentre to sell the other 4 NZ malls – Unitary plan panel talks flexibility – First special housing area gets rezoning & consentRead more →