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Tauriko residents opposed to an extended earthworks development knew the site was zoned for development when they bought their land, according to the developers' counsel. The Gargan Road land, on the plateau owned by the Tauriko Business Estate,...

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Slashing infrastructure funding and not paying enough attention to economic development will seriously hinder the region's much-needed growth, says the NZ Property Council's Bay of Plenty branch. 'Too much focus around water quality',...

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Carpentry students from Bay of Plenty Polytechnic have set up a mock site, to showcase managing building sites in a more environmentally sustainable way, as part of an initiative set up by the Tauranga City Council. Bay of Plenty Polytechnic students...

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Is she the victim or is she the tenant from hell? Amy Barlow is a slip of a woman but she won't be messed with. And she's refusing to be “monstered” out of her rental home. For their part, the property managers say she's...

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A surge in Land Information Memorandum (LIM) report applications has left Tauranga City Council struggling to keep up with demand and real estate agents “frustrated” by delays. Figures released by Tauranga City Council show in the 12 months...

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Two new special housing areas are set to be recommended for housing minister Nick Smith's approval by Tauranga City Council. The sites in question are off Adler Road in Ohauiti and on the corner of Domain Road and Papamoa Beach Road. A special housing...

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City councillors have been given something to ponder after attempts to sell off a 1.5 hectare block of council-owned land in Mount Maunganui were labelled ‘disingenuous' and described as ‘selling one thing off to pay for another'. Members...

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A conflict between kiwifruit marketer Zespri and their Mount Maunganui neighbours has been unveiled today as submissions on the future of the block of council-owned land occupied by Zepsri and the Mount Maunganui library are heard. Zespri wants to buy...

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Tauranga City councillors are faced with a fine balancing act between reducing debt and listening to the community after more than 140 people submitted in opposition to selling a 1.56 hectare block of land in the heart of Mount Maunganui. Public submissions...

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Tauranga city councillor John Robson is questioning conflicting messages surrounding the regional council's long term plan. Bay of Plenty regional councillors John Cronin and Paula Thompson told city councillors recently that they are seeking public...

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