NZ Urban Development news from the media | 14 January | First stage of Ngāi Tahu's 350-home Queenstown development approved

Posted on 30 Mar 13:09
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Hi *|FNAME|*, Please find below Urban Development News from the media from the week of 14 January 2020.

Provided by Rockhopper Development Advisory

First stage of Ngāi Tahu's 350-home Queenstown development approved

Work on a 350-home development in central Queenstown is set to begin after approval was given for the first stage.

Ngāi Tahu Property chief executive David Kennedy said a resource consent granted by the Queenstown Lakes District Council allowed the iwi to subdivide the former Wakatipu High School site into large blocks and begin installing roads and pipes.

https://www.stuff.co.nz/business/property/118638609/first-stage-of-ngi-tahus-350home-queenstown-development-approved


Papakāinga development to help Māori into home ownership

Houses rising out of freshly-graded earth at a Lower Hutt development are destined to help Māori into home ownership.

With Māori home ownership rates below that of the national average, Taranaki Whānui are constructing the first of 89 new dwellings at the Te Puna Wai papakāinga housing project in Wainuiomata.

The homes will be for sale to members of Taranaki Whānui, a group of iwi that settled in the Wellington region in the 1830s. The mixed-model development will also contain rentals, houses available under a shared equity scheme and ones that qualify for the Government's First Home Grant.

https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/118692859/papakinga-development-to-help-mori-into-home-ownership

Kāinga Ora rolls out more than 13 hectares of new roofing across Aotearoa/New Zealand

"As part of our half a billion dollar maintenance budget that sees  improvements and maintenance carried out on more than 64,000 houses nation-wide, we’ve spent nearly $27 million installing new roofing on our homes," Chief Operating Officer Paul Commons said.

"This has seen us install over 133,000 square metres of new roofing from Southland to the Far North District in the past financial year. This helps keep our homes secure and safe, as well as looking attractive.

https://kaingaora.govt.nz/news/hectares-of-new-roofing-for-our-homes/

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