6 Foundation outlets among 13 sales at Bayleys’ Total Property auction – 1950 consents for new homes in June
The NZ Transport Agency signed the contract yesterday for the $1 billion Transmission Gully motorway project out of Wellington to be delivered as New Zealand’s first public-private partnership for a state highway.
The Building & Construction Productivity Partnership released the NZ BIM Handbook today at the Auckland infrastructure & procurement forum.
Prince replaces Synnott at Pumpkin Patch – Turner moves to Bayleys to continue projects focus – 8 Te Urewera board members named – Mighty River Power restructures leadership – 13 prime minister’s business scholarships awarded – 4 commerce & finance reappointments – Ex-DNZ trio join in new Twenty Twenty Property Partners venture – Ruru resigns from Kaipara council – Chapman Tripp’s Michael Anderson moves to Lowndes – DNZ Property appoints GPT’s Tierney as director – Ex-Macau gaming chief to join SkyCity board – Jeremy Brown joins RDT – Carolan moves from Pyne Gould to Equity Partners – Emson joins Corbel 3 months after EQC exit – JLL industrial agent to focus on Penrose & Onehunga – Summerset appoints Radan as it splits sales & marketing roles – Dow & Liz Jones to join Housing NZ board – Arapere to lead DLA Phillips Fox’s Wellington property team – Council finance chief heads to Fletcher Building – JLL promotes 8 agents
A local investor has bought a block of 6 Remuera shops from a Hamilton family trust at a 5.45% yield.
The Asteron Centre in central Wellington has earned a 5.5-star base building energy rating from NabersNZ, out of a maximum 6 stars.
Dorchester Pacific Ltd has entered into a lock-up agreement with Turners Auctions Ltd’s biggest shareholder, on the way to a full takeover offer for the NZX-listed carsales company.
2 NZX-listed companies, Sanford Ltd & Restaurant Brands NZ Ltd, introduced the latest in executive incentive plans yesterday.
2 North Shore specialist doctors have sold their Milford medical centre for $7.5 million, at a yield of 6.47% on new rent.
Justice Paul Heath has told the Mangawhai Ratepayers’ & Residents’ Association the Kaipara District Council is entitled – through the Validation Act which Parliament passed last December – to collect rates now to pay for Mangawhai’s EcoCare sewerage system, even though the council’s original borrowing decisions were in breach of the Local Government Act.
Resource management conditions & an inability to mitigate effects were what might have prevented the Ara Tuhono board of inquiry from confirming the 2 notices of requirement and granting the 15 resource consents the NZ Transport Agency sought for the Puhoi-Warkworth section of the road of national significance…..
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