NZTA gets Puhoi-Warkworth consents – Judge tells Mangawhai ratepayers to pay up, but also awards them indemnity costs for their court action
JLL said yesterday premium office vacancy in the Auckland cbd had got down to 0.6%, the tightest it’s been in the 26 years since the real estate consultancy began its New Zealand research, and there’s only limited supply on the horizon.
Thermosash Commercial Ltd has opened a new production facility in Christchurch to increase its capacity as the region’s rebuild ramps up.
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
2 properties sold under the hammer at Colliers International’s commercial auction today, and another was sold prior.
4 apartments sold under the hammer out of 6 offered at Ray White City Apartments’ auction today. They included a leasehold unit in Q Central, at the top of Queen St…
4 apartments sell at Ray White – 2 sell at Colliers auction – Yesterday’s apartment auctions – OCR decision
A good start at City Sales yesterday, with a sale in the Volt apartments (pictured) under the hammer, was followed by the remaining 7 properties being passed in, 4 in a row at vendor bids.
2 apartments sold at Barfoot & Thompson’s auction yesterday, one a mortgagee sale and the other at the pre-auction offer price.
A large apartment in the George Court building on Karangahape Rd sold under the hammer at Bayleys’ auction yesterday, but a 208m² unit in Peace House, just off Symonds St, was passed in on a vendor bid of $1 million.
The Reserve Bank today increased the official cashrate by 25 basis points to 3.5% today, the fourth increase this year after no movement for 3 years. Bank governor Graeme Wheeler said the bank would now pause to assess the impact of its raises.
Auckland Council’s hearings committee has approved the appointment of 49 independent hearing commissioners, all on a 3-term from 1 June this year to 30 June 2017, and another 13 as duty commissioners for a one-year term until 30 June 2015.
The BRICS’ New Development Bank story didn’t rank among my readers’ top interests this week, but I’m returning to the subject anyway. I wasn’t going to, but 2 emails prompted me take a closer look at a couple of aspects.