In a mix of 7 intensive living options at Bayleys auctions around Auckland last week, an ex-state house sold more for its land value, and a One Tree Hill brick & tile unit also sold under the hammer, while a Hillsborough townhouse sold prior.
It’s called The Village, it puts in place a plan going back 17 years, it will be accompanied by at least one & possibly several new entries to the country’s busiest beachside park.
Todd Property Group Ltd has transferred 19ha adjoining the Long Bay Regional Park to Auckland Council as part of an agreement to ensure public access to the headland.
Published 28 September 2010 North Shore City Council has secured another 18.7ha for parkland above the beach at Long Bay in a deal worth about $35 million. On top of that, it’s secured 13 reserves covering a total 4.65ha in the Long Bay structure plan area plus 14.8ha of stormwater & esplanade reserve areas, which […]
Published 7 December 2009 The Auckland Regional Council said last week it would contribute $2 million “toward protecting Long Bay Regional Park from the impact of development”. The money is to support the Okura Great Park Society’s purchase of 4.77ha from Todd Properties Ltd (ex-Landco), known as area D, near the Long Bay Regional […]
Published 24 August 2008 North Shore City Council decided on 6 August not to appeal against the Environment Court’s interim decision on appeals to the Long Bay structure plan. The council held a 13-minute confidential meeting, then released its decision into the public agenda. What wasn’t released into the public eye was transparency. […]