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.

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Property News – 10 July 2017

Drain pain hitting businesses: Stormwater upgrade work gets go-ahead: Burger Fuel silent over Richmond store rumours: Biking hub gains traction: Mapua boat ramp plan scuttled by TDC: Rest home’s $18m project starts: Boat club ‘let down’ over ramp: Nelson Mail building bought by Gibbons: Logging operations put brakes on popular Codgers bike trails

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Property News – 17 July 2017

Greens oppose Waimea dam plan: Advice sought over dam land: Hospital’s $5m ward project: Hub rubs residents: Rates bills similar in Tasman, Nelson: CBD – Construction and Building District: Concerns over ‘toxic’ camp site: Waimea dam water ‘too costly’: Golden Bay grandstand fate down to full council vote: Farmers Market on the move

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Property News: 6 March 2017

Irrigators facing dam rates hike: House prices continue to climb: Wakatu wins in historic land case: Late arrival of summer brings water rationing to Tasman: Media Release – Reserve Bank sees risks equally balanced: Tasman set for 0.63 per cent rates hike: Crunch time for dam as deadline approaches: City councillors argue over ‘conflicts of interest’

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Property News: 13 March 2017

Protection Plan ‘seems ridiculous’: Community celebrates new rec centre: Double dose of dam discussions: High rise fails after low sales: Push for cycleway: Sewage pump station city’s wee gem: Roundhay revamp prompts property purchase: Future of eco village uncertain: City council approves rate rise: Coastal earthworks ‘insensitive’: Nelson College looks to cash in on boarding houses: Residents urged to speak up on TDC planning: Community concerned over threat to springs

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