I read this article with interest because once again I see Waimahia Inlet in Weymouth mentioned. Simon Collins highlights the Government frustration at the slow pace of building affordable housing [...]
Has been a busy month or two getting the first of the consents for Belmont in to Council but nice to see things coming to fruition. We are increasingly seeing [...]
Given the increasing demand for our services, the difficulty in finding contractors to carry out works and continuing strong drivers in the housing market, it was no surprise to see [...]
Waimahia is certainly getting exposure in light of the housing affordability crisis and the upcoming election. I thought the clip was good and reiterate our support for the hand up, [...]
Really pleased to see this article on Stuff.co.nz yesterday. Waimahia is a tremendous development and we are immensely proud of our part in delivering it to market. It is a [...]
There have obviously been a large number of articles around housing and affordability of recent times and many make good points however this article stands out to me as it [...]
This article caught my attention particularly in light of a meeting I held with Council this afternoon. While some of Eaqub’s research is outside of my expertise I agree with [...]
While it may be overdue and a good financial shake up is in order it is interesting to see where Council are looking to save. Hopefully there is more depth [...]
I found this article interesting article as I wasn’t aware of what the National Government have and are doing behind the scenes in terms of setting specific measurable targets for [...]
Interested to see this article and pleased to know that the Government is taking a keen interest in what is happening in Auckland and is prepared to do something. From [...]
Why is it that the RMA specifies timeframes for processing resource consents and yet at the end of a project, when a developers cash outlay is at or close to it’s maximum, there are no time frames around the processing of s224c’s?
With all the talk of affordable housing and freeing up land for development something needs to change or prices will continue to move up rapidly.