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Tauranga developer Peter Cooney wants to shake a developing misconception that special housing means cheap-looking housing. The Classic Builders director says there's a mistaken belief about special housing being low quality that must be shaken. Developer...

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An expected surge in the number of housing developments in Papamoa East is being welcomed with open arms by the local community association, in what is a “ringing endorsement” for the suburb. After a brief discussion this week, Papamoa Progressive...

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A number of property developers are eyeing Tauranga City's new Social Housing Accord to fast track up to 2,000 new homes in Papamoa East. Tauranga City Council has been approached by five developers wishing to fall under the Housing Accord and Special...

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As regions around the country report fluctuating house prices, the Bay of Plenty property market is remaining stable. The official website of the New Zealand real estate industry, and largest online database of homes for sale, Realestate.co.nz, reports...

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First-time buyers in Tauranga are beginning to find their feet after crippling LVR caps hampered the city's property market, according to a local realtor. It's one year today since the Reserve Bank of New Zealand imposed loan-to-value ratio...

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Developers are eying a vacant site in Waihi Road, Judea to be the first area considered under Tauranga City's Special Housing Accord. PMP Developments, in conjunction with Classic Builders, have approached Tauranga City Council with the proposal...

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Omokoroa is the first area in the Western Bay designated as a Special Housing Area under the Housing Accord signed in August between the Western Bay of Plenty District Council and Central Government. The land being considered by Council lies between State...

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The former ANZ central city branch building in Tauranga is now on the market for sale. The Spring Street premises were vacated by the ANZ earlier this year when the bank moved its retail operations to the former National Bank premises on the corner of...

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Expressions of interest are being sought from prospective tenants who wish to occupy the 116-year-old Otumoetai Primary School classroom at Historic Village. The historic classroom relocated from school grounds on Otumoetai Road to 17th Avenue on July...

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A unique $3.5 million high performance sports centre is taking shape in Bethlehem with All Blacks' conditioning coach Dr Nick Gill set to take charge. Construction of the 2500m2 two storey Aspire Centre began in August and is expected to be completed...

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