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Snapshot on Waitakere, week to 17 November 2002

12 November 2002

Skill shortages inhibit Waitakere

Skill shortages are inhibiting business growth in Waitakere City, research by Work & Income NZ shows. Massey University Albany campus professor Paul Spoonley, Auckland regional director of the labour market dynamics research team, & research manager Eva McLaren have joined 3 government agencies to address the issue. The focus is on on-the-job training & links between education providers & industry, turning from the traditional supply-led model to a demand-led approach.

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Waitakere consent activity, January 2003


Henderson, 64 Mulvaney Ave, application by Emerald Residential Ltd (Peter Land, also Emerald Pines/Hotels Ltd and Ocean Apartments Ltd, & Kevin Whitley, also Advantage Management Systems Ltd, Emerald Hotels/Farming 2002/Equities Ltd and Forestry Export Services Ltd) to build 63-unit medium-density housing development comprising 10 dwellings & a 53-unit managed residential facility. Submissions close with the Waitakere City Council on Wednesday 19 February.

Kelston, 4041-4049 Great North Rd, application by Prime Group Ltd (John Dare, also Dare Consultants Ltd, Princeton Homes Ltd, Prime Homes/South Ltd and Ironco Ltd, and formerly of McLeod Construction NZ Ltd and Avon Investments/Property Holdings Ltd) to build 32-unit medium-density housing development within a lowrise apartment complex. Submissions close with the Waitakere City Council on Wednesday 19 February.

Notice of requirement:

Waitakere City Council has given notice of requirement to designate land for roads & parking. One is for 9 Lincoln Rd addresses and 106-124 Central Park Drive north from 231 Lincoln Rd, Henderson. The other is for 33 & 35 Ranui Station Rd and 4-6 Carlas Way, Ranui. Submissions on both close with the Waitakere City Council on Friday 14 February.

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