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Property News - 3 July 2017

Suspicious fire destroys former hospital: Panels win innovation award: Shed revamp costs owner $4,000: Battle to save grandstand ends in defeat

Property Matters - 28 June 2017

Welcome to the second edition of our Property Matters newsletter. This month we take a look at Fire Service Levies and the changes to the EQC Policy.

Property News - 26 June 2017

Zone change upsets Richmond resident: Hope property owners to clear land of 'junkyard' cars: Day's Track return rouses residents: First SHAs in pipeline for Tasman: City rates to rise 2.8 per cent: A new destination for retirees:

Property News - 19 June 2017

Ratepayer increase sought for dam: Brook braces for poison drop: Airport development under way: Consents rise: Housing accord gets three-year extension: Dam plan lives on with higher costs: Shoe shop colour No 1 talking point: Farmer cuts back Pupu mining plan: Community housing proposal: House prices hit new high: Modellers Pond funding issues resurfaces after bid sinks.

Property News - 12 June 2017

Plan in place to safeguard Pupu Springs: Change in the air for heli firm: Work to start on luxury apartments: Concern over Waimea Plains nitrates: House price rises: Dam costs continue to rise: Wakapuaka SHA gets council tick: Fears new complex will block sun: Fringed Hill track gets go ahead: Ngatimoti's own restoration man

Property News - 6 June 2017

EQC Levies rise 33%: Waimea dam plan 'head and shoulders' above other options: Suter Supreme: Dam costs tipped to increase: Store decision delay

Property News - 29 May 2017

Campers spark 'shanty town' fears: Low to go as port relocates its office: From party house to art house: Queen St upgrade behind schedule: Underspend helps fuel $10m operating surplus: 21 Workers under one roof: Motueka Library study gets nod: Work on Saxton Velodrome ploughing on

Property News - 22 May 2017

Construction costs concern : High level of pollution at Springs’ creek : Little vows to close tax loophole : Contracts awarded for airport terminal : Crack down on illegal wastewater use : Pakawau rock wall could cost $350,000 : Group airs airport noise concerns : Centre of ocean excellence : 1100 Tasman homes proposed :

Market Comments: Commercial May 2017

The local commercial property market has maintained a steady level of sales activity since 2012. Analysis continues to show a strengthening of yields for well located, securely leased properties with a high seismic rating while those less favourably located, with shorter lease terms or a low seismic rating have seen a weakening of yields.

Property News - 15 May 2017

Steep ask for Stoke subdivision: Council's flood maps queried: House too expensive for renters: TDC's commercial property return 'sound': Mapua School plagued by flooding: Brook Sanctuary asks for $250,000:
Public feedback rejects SHA plan: Gallery revamp earns top prize