News and Publications

Property News: 10 December 2018

Values keep rising: Dam nod 'a sad day' for Tasman: No legal action over Gita-related damage: Nelson land in a few hands: Rental squeeze sees dogs kicked to the kerb:

Property News: 3 December 2018

Nelson rentals in high demand: Nelson projects win big at House of the Year contest: Dam flyer causes distress: Dam share uptakes confirmed: Nelson refuses extra funding: Damage to windows sees benches closed: Centre on track for completion: Controversial dam gets nod

Property News: 26 November 2018

On slightly more golden pond: Fonterra cuts plant's coal use: Nelson's house price surge revealed: Logging company gets council all-clear over waste: The $500,000 property question:

Property News: 19 November 2018

Dam funding claim queried: Helper thrilled with new home: LEASED: CBD shops fill up: Refinery gets hot pink makeover: Victory School's sewage woes resolved: No Christmas at Greenmeadows: Leap in Nelson land values: Waimea dam proposal shown to be largest investment involving Crown:

Property News: 12 November 2018

TDC to review pensioner housing: New arts block provides a suite spot for college: Committee backs local bill for dam: Location inspires new retirement village's name: Centre designers win: Dam project critical in changing climate:

Property News: 5 November 2018

New look Queen St the best in NZ: Dun Mountain Trail gets funding for makeover: New start for old boarding house: Character costs nearly $1m as city house values soar: NCC hears views on Brook Reserve road: Bay gallery vaults back into life: New showers should stop travellers baring all at library

Property Matters: 31 October 2018

Tourism sector strong: Industrial market improving

Property News: 29 October 2018

Chlorine for resort's water this summer: Government Funding flushed: Takaka development gets green light: Classroom muckup avoidable - principal: Dun Mountain Trail gets government funding

Property News: 23 October 2018

Billionaire gifting bike park to NZ: Gondola project inches forward: Quake grant for cinema: New investor group for dam: Council to sell housing: Vine idea comes to fruition with summer approaching: Storm damage claims unresolved: Petition a 'desperate measure': Bill raises fears for future of public land:

Property News: 15 October 2018

Storm-hit property gets new owners: Climbing venue bowing out: Lions leave legacy at Marsden: New terminal open for business: More back beach parking: Ambitious plans for marine centre: Unlocking the secrets of salmon: 'Serious concern' over dam bill: Free of campers, reserve rebounds: Gap in Great Taste Trail to be filled during summer: New traffic lights for Waimea Road: The die is cast after dam U-turn