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Property News - 20 January 2021

Hail damage expected to top $100m : Unusual restoration project to aid fire-hit ancient forest : ‘Mini national park’ dream for river land : Bruised growers may need extra Government help

Property News - 13 January 2021

Brook Sanctuary announces early windfalls : Suspected arson at school : Rate hikes get nod for consultation : Son to take issue of ‘monstrosity’ to Ombudsman : Roads, toilets and bike stands ready to go before break : Critic takes aim at property warnings : Nitrate levels linked to growers : Plan for fires, villagers warned : Lake plan aims to keep Mapua safe from floods : Nelson housing stock halved in 2020 : Our ‘hidden homeless’ a growing clan

Property News - 23 December 2020

Natureland gains extra space : Who’s at risk from the storms and seas : Landslide study sparks call for rethink : Rate hikes tipped for Tasman : New library coming together : Surplus, lower debt bring year to a good end : Golden Bay community housing project wins support : New lights push up cost of street upgrade

Property News - 16 December 2020

Big hopes for tiny housing project : Renaissance revival, sparks homeless fears : City council yet to pay dam share : Landslide study has ideas for better forestry management : Manager fined for letting damp, mouldy homes : New hydro power scheme opens : Region reaches new median price highs

Property News - 11 December 2020

Councils up the creek : Work begins on Nelson’s homeless hub : The ‘monstrosity’ next door : Protect us' say Monaco residents : Freemasons still waiting a year after 'devastating' fire : Master builders honoured at awards : Rules leave couple cold : Minister backs Hope project : Covid pushes village inquiries through roof : Mussel Inn goes carbon positive : Post-lockdown rural burnoffs spark air quality breach : Expansion plans under microscope : Owner says native forest under threat : Nelson property stocks low, online sales rise : Dam funding change posed for overruns : Nayland zoning would be harmful, says board : Swipes at previous forestry committee : Parking condition kicked to the kerb : New Richmond supermarket going green : Retreat from sea ‘the only logical option’ : Riwaka’s grand old lady ready for new era : Tasman freedom camping sites culled : Maitai partnership to revive ecosystem

Property News - 24 November 2020

Dam’s Covid costs ‘will be significant’ : House-hosting to ease crisis : First-time buyers get first dibs : City suburbs at risk of flooding : Flood maps leave owners concerned : Inner-city living on council’s agenda : Camping site plan ‘foolish, reckless’ : Hipkins wants to get ahead of growth curve : Landlord’s request for $5000 bond draws fire

Property News - 18 November 2020

Hub for homeless to open next year : Pond alternative set for next stage : Mountainbike trails at risk of shutdown : Volunteers help regenerate forest remnant : Mountainbike trail agreement reached : Modellers Pond replacement gets nod : Community housing sold : Co-housing development in Stoke is Habitat For Humanity’s latest project : Dambuild faces ‘challenges’, councillors told : Hilltop home and airport terminal among architectural high flyers : Urban growth a priority : Zone change paves way for homes : ‘Paradise’ for sale in national park : Kohatu Park’s first open day on track : High house prices a ‘failure of government’ : Maitai petition presented with plea to preserve valley : Moving costs doom ‘free’ villa : Apartments mooted for big site

Property News - 4 November 2020

Approach made over Port Tarakohe project : More huts join online booking system : Nayland College seeks feedback on enrolment zone : Nelson healthy homes celebrated : Habitat's spacious new ReStore opens this Saturday : New cycle trail link follows well-travelled track

Property News - 30 October 2020

Dumping campers on ‘toxic’ old site ‘not safe’ : Retirement village to open in 2021 : Stoke Hall to remain closed : Fire damages ‘iconic’ Takaka shop : Zone plan lifts house prices : Council braces for estimated $2.2m bill to meet new rules

Property News - 22 October 2020

Loan ‘best way’ for Port Tarakohe redevelopment : Time to rethink our subdivision model? : Property market relentless : House prices continue to climb : Nayland seeks feedback on enrolment zone