NZ Urban Development News


Hi *|FNAME|*, Please find below Urban Development News from the media from the week of 1 August 2017

Apartments to replace legendary Auckland music venue the Kings Arms Tavern

Modern apartments set to replace legendary Auckland music venue the Kings Arms Tavern have gone on sale. 

Resource consent was lodged in May to demolish existing buildings on the prime central city site and construct a six-level mixed-use building containing 104 apartments. The first images of the swanky new apartments have just been released.

The new building on France St in Newton will also include 235sqm of commercial space and basement parking.

Fears that new Wellington waterfront building will exceed height restrictions

Concerns have been raised about the height of a proposed new building on Wellington's waterfront, which appears to be at odds with an Environment Court ruling.

An area of the waterfront alongside Customhouse Quay, known as Site 9, has been earmarked by developer Willis Bond & Co for a new five-storey office block that would be 21 metres high.

But according to an Environment Court ruling in 2012, the maximum height of a building on that site should be 19m, sloping to 16m.

Kumeū-Huapai Centre Plan

Rodney Local Board would like your feedback on a centre plan for Kumeū-Huapai.

A town centre that focuses on the river, is well-connected and celebrates its country character are some of the themes included in the draft Kumeū-Huapai Centre Plan.

The plan, which has been developed by the community and council, is open for feedback until Sunday 27 August.


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