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A kiwifruit orchard in the process of being re-zoned that has been considered for the Tauranga housing accord is up for sale. The 20.95ha block at 47 Adler Drive could be subdivided into a small number of lifestyle blocks, but the land's higher...

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New Zealand property price growth paused in December, falling just under one per cent after reaching a record high in November. According to Trade Me Property, the average asking price across all property types for the three months to December was $504,300...

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More than $23 million in housing consents received by Tauranga City Council last month will help fuel the city's construction industry in 2015. Consents for 67 new single dwellings, worth $23.85 million, made up the bulk of the $37.2 million in...

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The real estate industry in the Bay of Plenty is increasingly a seller's market with December recording a record low level of houses coming onto the market. Bay of Plenty saw a new low of 31 weeks inventory in December 2014, according to market...

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Transport planner Duncan Tindall is the new SmartGrowth Implementation Manager. The announcement was made yesterday by SmartGrowth independent chairman Bill Wasley, with Duncan replacing Justine Brennan, who left earlier this year to take up a position...

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Tauranga City Council is recommending to the Minister of Housing that six special housing areas be established in Papamoa East. The six areas belong to different developers intending residential construction in Wairakei between the Tauranga Eastern Link,...

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Tauranga City's building sector remains steady, with $41.1million consented across the board despite the number of builds dipping slightly. Priority One's latest Building Consents commentary for November show the $41.1m figure for the total...

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Clarke Street in Gate Pa is abuzz with early Christmas cheer as 20 residents move from dated and inaccessible accommodation into brand new functional homes.  Classic Builders have recently finished developing 14 purpose built units - eight one bedroomed...

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Changes to the way building consent applications are lodged and processed are set to be rolled out across much of the central North Island from December onwards. An initiative of the ‘Lakes Coast Cluster Group' of local authorities, the changes...

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A plot of vacant and under-utilised land in Fraser Cove is set to become home to five new affordable houses thanks to a joint venture between Housing New Zealand and Habitat for Humanity. The two organisations announced this week that the project involves...

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