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Monday, April 27, 2015

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Property Council Bay of Plenty have insisted that economic growth and investment must be at the forefront of plans for Tauranga, and the catalyst is increased private investment in the CBD and the waterfront. Their vision was submitted on Tauranga City...

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Stalled construction of a Mount Maunganui house could be about to resume after fed-up neighbours petitioned the city council to do something about it. Residents living close to the Rita Street house lodged the petition in January. And while the council...

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A group of Mount Maunganui residents' hopes of having an unfinished neighbouring building either completely demolished or finished rest with Tauranga City Council. Labelled an “eye sore” and a “health and safety risk”, the...

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Slipper Island on the Coromandel Coast is in the process of being sold for $7.3 million. Real estate agent at Sotheby's Realty (Cooks Beach) Brian Brakenridge confirmed today that the sale process is underway. Slipper Island, off the Coromandel...

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A brief visit to a Tauranga community hit by housing woes proved an eye-opener for Labour Party leader Andrew Little, as he attempts to apply pressure on the government to address “fundamental” housing issues. As part of his whirlwind stop...

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Bay of Plenty builders are in buoyant mood after experiencing a “pick-up” in business, with consents issued rising 26 per cent in the last month. Figures released by Priority One for the month of March 2015 show 257 building consents, totalling...

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Thursday's council meeting to decide the fate of the Zespri site in Mount Maunganui has been cancelled, with the decision making process delayed while more information is collected for councillors. The eight-week delay, which was confirmed by Mayor...

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The number of houses coming onto the market in March 2015 were at their lowest for four years. According to figures from Real Estate NZ, demand is exceeding supply, and the latest monthly data shows that the number of new listings in March declined 4.9...

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A pumice mine disguised as an industrial subdivision is how the lawyer for local residents describes redevelopment plans at Gargan Road in Tauriko. Tauriko Business Estate, or TBE2 Ltd, is seeking resource consent to take 1.1 million cubic metres off...

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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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