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Aired Saturday August 1st on More FM
Dick talks to Jono on More FM's Saturday morning show. Dick talks about the TTP Deal and spring time lambing.

Property News 27th July 2015

Property News for the Nelson and Tasman Region
Hope School Harnesses the Sun : Region’s Economy is Booming : Seniors Flock to Village Life : Centre to Boost Seafood Industry : Centre to Re-Open Within a Year : Badminton Club Reassured Play Can Go On : Seating Purchase a Win for Motueka : Forest Harvest Gets Go-Ahead : Faster Rural Broadband On The Way For Appleby Area : Thought For The Week : Duke & Cooke get a Flash New Website!

Property News: 13th July 2015

Property news for the Nelson and Tasman region
Demolition Means Old Hotel Never Coming Back : Founders' Hire Cost Rises High In Review : Trent Plans Tasman Community : Urgent Felling Catches Out NCC : Windmill Will Spin No More : Rental Homes To Be Insulated : House Immortalised In Pictures : Trafalgar Centre's Future Decided This Month : Thought For The Week

Property News: 6th July 2015

Property news for the Nelson and Tasman region
Couple Build House To Give Profits To Hospice : Seniors Get Sneak Peek At Stoke Facility Plan : Higher Cost But No Cafe For Centre : Final Service For Historic Church : Keep Broadgreen Open Plea : Region's Architectural Designs Singled Out : Townhouses Ready : Housing Market Slow But Steady : "Thought For The Week"

Property News: 29th June 2015

Property news for the Nelson and Tasman region
Grassed Indoor Venue At Saxton : Empty HNZ House Goes To Waste In Shortage : School Of Music Seeks $1.4m To Kick-Start Revamp : Storm Water Drives City Spending : Cold Weather Brings Smoke Complaints : Airport Upgrade Proposed Over Next 12 Months : TDC Rates Up Slightly, Debt Down : Thought For The Week

Property News: 22 June 2015

Property news for the Nelson and Tasman region
Push to Inner-City Living Makes Sense : City Council Votes to Join Housing Accord : Limits on Water Use Loom for Some : Green Light on School Culture Centre : Dairying Swallowing New Zealand Forests : City Apartments Ready For Business : Onwards and Upwards : "Thought for the Week"

Property News: 15th June 2015

Property News for the Nelson and Tasman region
Insulation Mandatory For Rentals : Ageing Health Board Villas Demolished : Little Movement In Property Prices : Pond's Future In Balance : Brothers Buy Pub Dad Once Owned : Council Backing Camp Business : Trouble In Paradise : Store Taking A Break

Property News: 8th June 2015

Property news for the Nelson and Tasman region
Surveyors Anxious After Lean Budget Holds Back Landonline Revamp : Upgrade Will Cost More : Shooters May Get New Home : Cheaper Homes Unlikely As Housing Pact Signed : "Thought For The Week"

Outlook: Rural - March 2015

Lee Valley Dam - Where To From Here?
In late 2014 the Tasman District Council (the council) released a discussion document on the Councils proposed funding model for the Waimea Water Augmentation Dam that is to be situated in the Lee Valley. That discussion document was open to public submission.

Market Comments: Commercial - March 2015

Market overview of the Nelson and Tasman region
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