Property News – 27 October 2021

Hangar removal to begin : Historic Villa gets a makeover : Gum trees felled : Housing proposals move forward : Mayor keen for Nelson to be part of new rules : Richmond South 2000-home plan gets go-ahead

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Property News – 21 October 2021

‘People are living in sheds’ : Flood risks re-surface during library debate : Accommodation providers struggling while Auckland remains locked down : Shop set to sport a new tenant : Record prices, but house sales fall

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Property News – 13 October 2021

Ex-TDC mayor, staff to be quizzed over dam costs : Govt funding to repair flood-hit Tasman cycle trail : Boost for community housing : More families to benefit from $3.25 million loan : Pensioner housing review on ice until future becomes clearer

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Property News – 8 October 2021

New face but same korero for refurbished marae : Forestry boon for council in $12.5m surplus : Firms feel the squeeze : City suburbs reach $1m median value : ‘Demanding’ works plan looms : Families caught in housing crisis : New homeless hub opens : Nelson College plans assets sell-offs to pay $3m debt : New lease of life for slipway : NMIT building off limits due to ‘seismic concerns’ : Affordable housing plan for Hope dashed

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Property News – 30 September 2021

Maitai group urges NCC to reject plan change request : Homeowners face losing cover : Plan change request for Maitahi project accepted : How should Tasman District adapt to rising sea levels and coastal hazards? : Seawall plan gets landowner’s nod

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Property News – 23 September 2021

House stock, sales at record lows : Waimea Plains farm plans in the pipeline : Cost pressures build as dam takes shape : Plan change for Maitai project to be considered

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Property News – 17 September 2021

Maitahi may provide affordable living : Getting the building supplies moving : Fee discounts increase as planner shortage grows : Piece of local postal history up for sale

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Property News -30 August 2021

Who actually wins from the housing crisis? : Draft RMA replacement law ‘a skeleton’ : Work on Waimea Dam to restart : New bike track touted for Abel Tasman Park : Houses may replace ‘eyesore’: Feedback sought on vision for city centre : Mayor asks why region isn’t housing focus area : Legal query over library decision : Calls for better Three Waters communication : Pohara SHA construction could start in summer : Vision for central city up for public feedback

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