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
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.
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:
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.
Suspicious fire destroys former hospital: Panels win innovation award: Shed revamp costs owner $4,000: Battle to save grandstand ends in defeat
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
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
Council approves SHA plan: New SHA on its way to Nelson’s Trafalgar St: Dam decision ‘not by popular vote’: New 63-lot Wakefield subdivision plan gets nod: Landfill plan backed: Pouring millions into hops: Major renovation proposed for Civic House
‘Difficult site’ designated for SHA A steep block of land in Nelson’s Victory Square suburb could soon be home to a new subdivision constructed using hempcrete. The Nelson City Council has approved four new special housing areas (SHAs) as part of the Housing Accord, which is an agreement between councils and central government intended to …
Revamped centre set for long life: Old boy brings new look to lodge: Abel Tasman beaches under threat