NZ Urban Development News - 31 Oct


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Due to the lack of available industrial land in and around Wellington, there has been a rise in development activity in ...
Lack of industrial space in Wellington forces development in de-centralised areas


Demand for industrial properties in Wellington driven by a strong economy, infrastructure projects and the ICT and film sectors, is pushing rental prices up and vacancy rates down, new research shows.
The latest industrial report by international real estate firm JLL shows vacancy rates in the capital now sit at 3.4 per cent, as last year's 7.8 magnitude earthquake heightened leasing demand in all sectors.

An artists impression of what the finished apartments will look like.
Trees to be felled for high-rise apartment building in Orewa

A beachside north Auckland park will be transformed as a number of trees will be removed to make way for a four-storey apartment building on an adjacent property.
Malibu Investments Limited have been granted consent to build a 35-unit apartment building where the Edgewater Motel sits next to Kinloch Reserve in Orewa, following an independent commissioners hearing.
The consent application in 2015 raised a number of concerns including the building's height and scale, coastal inundation issues and the amount of protected trees proposed for removal.

Fast-tracked, high-density development will be permitted at Queenstown's Ladies Mile under the Special Housing Act.
Over 2000 new homes could be built at Queenstown's Ladies Mile entrance

A controversial proposal allowing more than 2000 homes to be built at the entrance way to Queenstown has narrowly been approved by the Queenstown Lakes District Council.
In a 5-4 vote, the council added the Ladies Mile area to its lead policy on Special Housing Areas (SHA).
The council also agreed to increase the level of land contribution from new SHA developers to the Queenstown Lakes Community Housing Trust to 10 per cent, from 5 per cent.

Satellite city idea still to be put to mayor

Infrastructure New Zealand is suggesting a new city could be built around the small rural settlement of Paerata, just north of Pukekohe.
"We've done quite a bit of extensive research to look at what would be the best place to grow Auckland in this way and this is the start of that process," Mr Selwood said.
He said new Housing Minister Phil Twyford had shown interest.
"He's said he's very interested, and I know that he is, and we are expecting substantive conversations with him as he develops his detailed policy around the Kiwibuild programme."
Auckland growth monitor


To provide a snapshot of Auckland’s economy, Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development (ATEED) – the region’s economic growth agency – has created the first Auckland Growth Monitor...
The Auckland Growth Monitor, which will be updated annually, provides insight into key regional economic trends since the turn of the millennium, and in depth analysis of the past 12 months.



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