The Financial Markets Authority proposed new standard conditions yesterday for authorised financial advisors providing personalised discretionary investment management services.
Ownership of Vital Healthcare Property Trust’s manager has passed from a private Canadian company to a listed real estate investment trust controlled by the same group.
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Environment Minister Nick Smith has told the independent panel hearing submissions on the Auckland unitary plan there’s no need for legislation to clarify which version of the regional policy statement the plan must give effect to.
New Zealand’s rapidly rising migrant inflow topped a net 50,000 for the first time in the December year after falling just short in November.
The 2199 residential building consents issued last year took the annual tally to a 7-year high of 24,680 consents, up 16% from the previous year.
The fundamental change in national philosophy – away from extreme reliance on the Government as “backstop for everything” – took another large step this week when Prime Minister John Key & 2 of his 3 housing ministers announced their 5 objectives for social housing reform.
Auckland Council, its economic development agency & Immigration NZ have picked up on another side to the proclaimed intent of growing the region’s economy: attracting & retaining skilled migrants.
Reserve Bank governor Graeme Wheeler opened up the possibility yesterday of cuts to the official cashrate, supporting his often-stated view that the exchange rate is unjustified & unsustainable. Despite complaining, though, Mr Wheeler had done nothing to support a lower exchange rate…
The Overseas Investment Office has approved the introduction of GIC as a new capital partner for the Goodman Property Trust in an expanded joint venture investing in Auckland’s Viaduct Quarter.
Bayleys agents have completed a number of leasing transactions over the summer, on the isthmus and in Albany. One Takapuna property passed in at the agency’s December Total Property auction has also been sold.
3 of the 4 cbd apartments at Ray White City Apartments’ auction today were sold under the hammer.
: Lesquereux moves to AMP Capital – McKenzie moves from CBRE to JLL Wellington – Tindal quits PWC for Auckland Council finance role – Brunton joins Glaister Ennor as consultant – Grainger to leave NAI Harcourts for AMP Capital – Pearce moves from Kiwi to Oyster – JLL promotes Grant & Derksen – Athfield dies fortnight after being knighted – Walters’ new role to lift voter turnout – Colleen Milne replaces O’Sullivan at Real Estate Institute – Arvida appoints managers for clinical, development & finance – Corbel Construction appoints Meikle as commercial manager – Dossor & Vriens join Dorchester board, Peebles leaves it
Barfoot & Thompson agents sold a cbd fringe apartment pre-auction and 3 units in the eastern suburbs under the hammer today at the agency’s first auction of the year.
The panel hearing submissions on Auckland’s proposed unitary plan will decide by the end of next week whether it will issue recommendations or “indications” on the regional policy statement now, or wait until it presents its whole recommendation to Auckland Council.