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Snapshot of the Week, to 15 September 2002

This week:

I was out of town for most of the week and not in a position to update the website. The planned end-of-week catch-up was too large a project to complete in a day. A few articles were written early in the week but not posted on the website immediately. So those items — the few written, a fair amount of material which you may be aware of but will be presented here for the record, and some items you won’t be aware of — will appear on The Bob Dey Property Report dated in the week 16-22 September.

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Snapshot of the Week, to 30 June 2002

Snapshot of the Week lists the headlines from all stories published on The Bob Dey Property Report as they appear during the week. The Snapshot is broken into categories for easier tracking, with links to the story page for each item.

There are some quirks to the system: A brief item on a listed company may appear in Snapshot on Local Business rather than under that company’s name in the Organisation/Listeds section, for instance.

In all categories, the latest news appears at the top of the list.

This week:

Auckland City consent activity, 28 June 2002: Church gets consent for Onehunga extensions

Non-notified hearing for National Mini Storage’s Penrose Rd redevelopment

Auckland City consent activity, 24 June 2002: Commissioners appointed for TelstraClear’s cable plan

Claim for existing use rights strikes trouble
Pah Rd restaurant to extend

Consent conditions change enables Finance Centre breakup

Health board pulls Starship unit application from agenda

Karaoke bar for Kent St

Committee approves change of sign

Mt Eden restaurant’s hours legitimised

Trends expansion gets consent

CBD, Finance Centre: Consent conditions changes enables Finance Centre breakup

Electricity pricing: Shore tender failure gives lie to electricity industry competition claims

Ellerslie: Update: Trends Publishing plans 3-building complex at Ellerslie

External links: The [email protected]

Harvard on Hobson

Viaduct Point

Aqua Luna Apartments

Scene Apartments

Apex Business Centre

Eden, The Workplace

Omaha Beach Houses

Kiwi Expat Association

CricInfo

Grey Lynn: Great North Rd sale

Hobson St: Hobson St sale at 10.4%

Listeds: Savoy shareholders approve share issue

Local business: Kiwi Income rights issue documents sent out

Foodland repays Woolworths vendor finance

Air NZ passenger traffic falls in line with capacity cuts

Fletcher Building and Fletcher Forests get full ASX listing

Fletcher Forests shareholder meeting mid-August

Newmarket: St Laurence buys & stratas 255 Broadway

Northland: Northport agrees in principle to Hopper canals subdivision

Otahuhu: Ports of Auckland to set up second inland port

propbd Diary – Listeds: Ports of Auckland agm

Infratil agm deferred

Statistics: Building consents up — and house price inflation way up

31,200 migrants arrive in May year

U: McDonough Duffy wound up

Green Gulf Homes wound up

Harts CM liquidation goes to fixture

Pacific Product Brokering wound up

Aztec Management liquidation call adjourned

Jacob Demolition faces liquidation

Douglas Drainage settles

Kelly’s Roseneath holds off liquidation

Earthmoving Consultants holds off another liquidation call

Styles & Talaic’s Merris wound up

2 Wilson Neill brokerage disputes adjourned

Keystone & City Sales head to fixture

Fetherston’s Hasieman faces liquidation

Austral Storage in voluntary liquidation

Earthsystems faces 3 liquidation calls

Elkhiron/Sharma company Takiron faces liquidation

Gavin Moore company Kirwan faces liquidation

Receiver at SalusHealth

Kaipara Pine faces liquidation

DMB Entertainment faces liquidation

McCullagh ends Alotech receivership

BNZ makes demand on Mawhinney

Cornish Construction faces liquidation

Balboa Developments in voluntary liquidation

First Pacific Investments faces liquidation

Plascrete Ltd in voluntary liquidation — and Enviroplas Collections joins it

John Penny bankrupt

World property: New real estate investor Watermark formed

New York office block sells at $NZ4808/m²

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Snapshot of the Week, to 27 May 2001

Snapshot of the Week lists the headlines from all stories published on The Bob Dey Property Report as they appear during the week. The Snapshot is broken into categories for easier tracking, with links to the story page for each item.

There are some quirks to the system: A brief item on a listed company may appear in Snapshot on Local Business rather than under that company’s name in the Organisation/Listeds section, for instance.

In all categories, the latest news appears at the top of the list.

This week:

Budget: Cullen performs like the job’s forever his

Pitfalls in blindly following Australia

Key $ points in Budget

GDP growth forecast is 2.6%

300 more state houses in next year

Mature people working here

Super fund gets some money though it doesn’t exist yet

“Enhancing transformation” theme for growth framework

Development finance: Krukziener defaults, compromise due in two days

Listeds: Some examination of the company as Trans Tasman shareholders reject bond swap

Trans Tasman shareholders reject bond swap

Capital Properties makes small profit after writedowns

Colonial claims advantage from cbd fringe locations

Listeds – Australia: Three years of restructuring works for CSR

Local business: Warehouse bank

City stormwater project completed

Auckland City signs for next stage of rail show

Bus improvements

Emigration margin closes

Caltex seeks Challenge chain

Wells back as Savoy director

Local property: “Sludgegate” back in court

FAL seeks clearance to buy Woolworths

Bayswater marina plan considered

Arena submissions close Friday

BT reduces AMP NZ Office stake

Calan has Melbourne operator

Capital Properties makes small profit after writedowns

Colonial claims advantage from cbd fringe locations

Westfield buys second half of Manukau centre

MacCormick takes helm at Richina

Statistics: Post-boom housing consent run lasts 17 months

World business: US gdp up 1.3% in Q1, inflation 3.3%

European gdp slows

Max from Montana offers free trade with a catch

World property: US new home sales drop

Woolworths and Pick ‘n Pay buy Franklins stores

US home loan rates up slightly

Big new Macau theme park for Stanley Ho

FAL negotiating on 35 Franklins

CSR earnings record

Dreamworld revenue slips

Sea World buyout

Brierley sells out of James Hardie

Bass buys HK Regent

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Snapshot of the Week, to 18 November 2001

Snapshot of the Week lists the headlines from all stories published on The Bob Dey Property Report as they appear during the week. The Snapshot is broken into categories for easier tracking, with links to the story page for each item.

There are some quirks to the system: A brief item on a listed company may appear in Snapshot on Local Business rather than under that company’s name in the Organisation/Listeds section, for instance.

In all categories, the latest news appears at the top of the list.

This week:

Auckland City consent activity 14 November 2001: Cooper plans redevelopment back of Newmarket pool

25-unit proposal across from Eden Village

Rakino’s balcony back on agenda

Fiddle with landscape bonus allowed

Trans Tasman transfers last of Landmark bonus

Wyndham flats decision deferred after number raised to 120

Gapes gets shot tower approval

Approval to reinstate Royal Oak service station

Montana extension deferred over traffic concerns

McDonald’s gets extension for reduced expansion

Two options for Grey Lynn site win consent

External links: Boulder Group

Fletcher Challenge Forests

Richardsons, Coromandel

Zone Apartments

Kauri Point farm park

Century 21 makes hard work of simple search

Firth’s Mode website

SMG Properties

Listeds:

Fletcher Forests happy to be trading profitably

Capital profit slides 18% on 8.2% revenue fall

Colonial trust slips 1% on revenue up 9.4%

Listeds – Australia: Excerpts from the Westfield meetings

Local business: Don chops off another finger

Statistics: September was good for NZ short-stay sector

U: Amalgamated Securities receiver of income

Corro Investments in liquidation

Application to liquidate Hogan Developments

IRD applies to wind up Birkenhead Glass

Liquidation list, 15 November:

Agio makes part payment

PMT Contractors application adjourned

One Boon company wound up, another close

Glenfield Properties wound up

Turner settles one company’s debt, forms new vehicles

Gateway Properties settles

Southern Restaurants application adjourned to 2002

Ranui Station application adjourned

Hornsby Earthmovers wound up, receiver chases Wimsett

Floorsander holds off IRD

Jorna holds off IRD

Viaduct café company falls on own knife

Servilles hearing adjourned

Red Hill Homes dispute back next week

Debt rulings:

Judgment against City Wise associates

Amex gets judgment against David Hook

Partnership gets judgment against Mark Lyon

Harcourts sues former franchiseholder

ACC sues builder

New companies: Aaron Clark

Apex Scaffolding

Anthony Fletcher

Aptus Architecture

Oceania & Eastern forms Bluewater companies

Thorburn in Cardrona company

New company for Shane Hartner

New Century company for Alis

Two new Chancery companies

Wentworth College preparation

Martin sets up Orewa infrastructure

First Mortgage

Emily Place companies

John Green creates Freedom Property

New Instant Finance setup

Sunnynook company

Two companies for Pukekohe couple

Kosi Bay

More for Landco’s Olliver

Fairgray in new venture

Northland Land Finance

New company for Phoebe Foley

Feng shui school

Platinum Pacific

Lawyers form HP property ventures

New series of Taradale companies

Redvale Developments

Chris Hook launches Regis Properties

Krasniqi forms investment trust company

New Stuart Robertson company

Shree Sitaram

Sublime Properties

Prendos director forms development company

UPC duo set up new company

Jimmy Wu back in action

Greg Wilkinson forms own company

World business: Guongzhou has big plans

Qantas makes some of those anti-Australian job cuts

World property: Macquarie/ProLogis alliance

New HQ for Lend Lease

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Snapshot of the Week, to 29 June 2003

Snapshot of the Week lists the headlines from all stories published on The Bob Dey Property Report as they appear during the week. The Snapshot is broken into categories for easier tracking, with links to the story page for each item.

There are some quirks to the system: A brief item on a listed company may appear in Snapshot on Local Business rather than under that company’s name in the Organisation/Listeds section, for instance.

In all categories, the latest news appears at the top of the list.

This week:

Auckland City: Heritage overlays & centre plans get discounted funding

Botany: 8-screen Berkeley complex for Botany

Listeds: No Trans Tasman meeting required for Australian Growth portfolio sale

Listeds – Australia: Australand sells half of 2 projects to Commonwealth

Local business: Johnson raises Savoy stake to 9.15%

Watson still holds Metlifecare interest

Tranz Rail presentation

Local business, previous week: Correction on Watson Metlifecare holding

Local property: National has 97.7% of Newmarket

Tasman Orient to use 2nd inland port

Long Bay: Regional council’s Long Bay acquisition bill tops $8.5 million

propbd Diary – Listeds Offshore: Approval for Lend Lease US trust’s purchases

AGP assets sale meeting

U: Mansfield’s James Rockford faces liquidation

Taradale’s Manning closes 3 companies

Receivers at Carlton Hotel companies

Atcheson Electrical in receivership

Bish’s Churchill Investments faces liquidation

IRD pursues Bayne’s Baseline Homes

Wall starts new company as Golf Rd
Properties faces liquidation

Manufacturers Agencies faces liquidation

IRD seeks liquidation for Genesis Plants

Winstone pursues opponent of Pokeno quarry

Northside Homes faces liquidation

Asset Tenders faces liquidation

Lawyers chase Kemikara

IRD pursues Tong trustee company

IRD seeks liquidation for Linef

Move to wind up Global Ecomex

Marstan Developments faces liquidation

Accor confronts Koreans’ company

Total Housing director Dale bankrupted

Shainaz Rafiq of Trendy Homes bankrupted

PR man Botica bankrupt

15 Ayson/Ashby gst refund companies wound up

IRD pursues 4 Krukziener companies

5 Ward companies wound up

Kidd Holdings settles

Working Men’s Club wound up

Real Ltd wound up

Metropolis investor Susila wound up

O’Neill’s Point settles

Alliance rejects Westnorth offer

Broadbeach settles

Glow Holdings wound up

Bain takes operations role at Reserve Bank

Design Specialty Builders folds

FAI Home Security Holdings folds

More receivers at Cardiac company Sugar Bar

Burglary & Fire Protection Systems folds

Boston Rd Holdings folds

Viaduct Harbour: Council to buy Eastern Viaduct

Wellington: AMP sells Petone building

World business: US fix-it trick fails again

World property: Macquarie CountryWide spents $A97.4 million

Tullamarine distribution centre at 8.4%

New Mirvac securitisation programme

Hiscock takes 5% of Australian Growth Properties

Lend Lease US trust buys

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Snapshot of the Week, to 15 February 2004

Snapshot of the Week lists the headlines from all stories published on The Bob Dey Property Report as they appear during the week. The Snapshot is broken into categories for easier tracking, with links to the story page for each item.

There are some quirks to the system: A brief item on a listed company may appear in Snapshot on Local Business rather than under that company’s name in the Organisation/Listeds section, for instance.

In all categories, the latest news appears at the top of the list.

This week:

Banking: ASB Bank lifts earnings 17%

Listeds – Australia: Westfield America’s profit up 38%

Westfield Trust boosts earnings 18.6%, assets 30% in year

Local business: Bank International told to stop using name

Council looks for name for across-the-north motorway

Act asks: Where are the students?

Busway costs spiral

2003 trade deficit 12% of exports

Local property: Skycity Leisure completes Whangarei purchase

Council buys Castor Bay clifftop site for reserve

Council gets Palmer opinion on taking marinas back for free

Quay Park: Revised arena design lodged

World property: Developers chosen for South Boston waterfront project

Times says InterContinental preparing for sellup

Macquarie Leisure boosts earnings 42%

Marriott International income up 8%, revpar grows

Mirvac gets OK for Magenta Shores at Entrance

Starwood improves worldwide revpar 6.6%

Taubman turns round

Simon has good quarter, bad year

Host Marriott selldown

Lend Lease Global Advisors buyout

Brookfield earnings up 15%

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Snapshot of the Week, to 17 December 2000

Latest: First Belgrave bond, references to Environment Court on central area plan, city planning report touches on Newmarket, commercial medical facilities invading residential areas, asbestos; Long Bay plan progressing, Bryers seeks debt compromise, Gillespie wants parking shortfall appeal struck out, agreement on Omaha waste discharge, AMP and Symphony deferrals at council hearings committee, Force wins High Court case, Pacific Retail performs, gloomy Force meeting, Dairy Brands sells 2, Restaurant Brands sales up, LAX upgrade plan, market toughens for US kitset homes, apartments on the beach in California, Swedish deal at 7%, US fund deal lacks disclosure, back to streetscapes in California.

New-style bond

Ian Laywood of Belgrave Capital has separated the issuer and developer for Belgrave’s first bond issue, for a 50-unit Castlerock Group residential development on the old Ellerslie Oaks site. He believes the closer monitoring by Belgrave of its second-mortgage finance required by that separation will add to investor security.City planning

Planners outline for Auckland City Council’s planning & regulatory committee the remaining issues to be resolved on the central area section of the proposed new district plan. This and the next item are both long and detailed.

Auckland City Council’s planning & regulatory committee looked at Newmarket issues — the community taskforce, a proposal for a structure plan, the proposal by Westfield to buy airspace over Nuffield St — and Cllr Jon Olsen has written his views which liken the Westfield plan to the Britomart disaster. Also considered by the committee were the invasion of residential areas by commercial medical facilities and the Southdown asbestos scare. Long Bay structure plan

North Shore City Council expects to notify its Long Bay structure plan about May next year. The council got 300 responses to a concept plan brochure outlining the structure plan, 80% of them along the lines of the Great Park Society’s approach, which is to prevent any development in the block from the beach and regional park back to Vaughans Rd. The affected landowner, Durafort Investments Ltd, has been sold by the Robinson family to Greg Olliver, of Landco Ltd, who has quite different development ideas from those in the concept plan.
Debt compromise

Short-term apartment converter and developer Mark Bryers, whose string of companies collapsed midyear, has filed a proposal for a debt compromise under part XV of the Insolvency Act. His creditors’ meeting, organised by provisional trustee Geoff Hamilton, will be held at the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Remuera on Friday 22 December. He was turning the MLC building at 380 Queen St into apartments when the rout began. That building subsequently turned into a Scenic Circle hotel, called the Airedale, which opened last month. He also planned an apartment management group, Regal Hotels, which went into liquidation along with the others although he was no longer directing it.Resource consent appeals

Gillespie Property Group has moved to strike out the appeal by National Trading Co (New World supermarket owner) against consent being granted for Gillespie’s apartment/retail/parking tower to be built in the centre of Orewa. The appeal was based entirely on an onsite parking shortfall. Gillespie has told the Environment Court that National Trading would not be prejudiced if resource consent was granted now, so building could start, with a proviso that more parking be provided if the court ruled that way later.

Manapouri Developments Ltd, developer of the Omaha South subdivision, has reached agreement with Laurence Industries Ltd, which had appealed against the consent for increased discharge of treated wastewater at Omaha resulting from a quadrupling of dwellings at the beach settlement, from 400 to 1645. Laurence was concerned at possible pollution of drinking water and water for irrigation.Council hearings

AMP NZ Office Trust wants to change the nature of a bonus floorspace allowance on its controversial waterfront office tower, from heritage to work of art, but councillors wanted more details before letting it through. Also at Wednesday’s Auckland City Council planning fixtures sub-committee meeting, Symphony’s application for a non-notified hearing of its New City Markets project was deferred for community board comment.Listeds

Force Corp has won its High Court battle with MTM Entertainment Trust of Australia over ownership of the Force Entertainment Centre on Queen St. MTM alleged practical completion was not achieved by the deadline of 30 December 1999. The ruling in Force’s favour means that unless an appeal changes the course of events, nominated architect Russell Hawken must value the centre as at the date of practical completion to set the price for sale to MTM — which plainly doesn’t want to buy it.

Property For Industry bought eight properties at Westfield, Mt Wellington, for $23 million last week but did not disclose the seller. Records show it was Sanctuary Properties Ltd, controlled by Noel Holyoake and Craig Watts.

When some do well in a tough market, you have to pay attention. Pacific Retail Group Ltd lifted sales 11.7% in the September half, a feat in itself, but all the consequent results were even further ahead. Total operating revenue was a few dollars under $200 million, up 12%, the operating surplus before unusuals and tax was up 19.4% to $6.1 million and up 115% (no decimal point missing) after unusuals were taken out (none this time, $2.3 million last time).

Force Corp’s chairman and controlling shareholder, Peter Francis, put on a very sad face for the annual meeting in one of the Queen St entertainment centre’s cinemas, saying the dispute with intended buyer MTM Entertainment Trust had stopped the group’s progress for a year. Added to that, it’s been an ordinary year at the movies and the group’s Argentine business has performed unsatisfactorily.

Dairy Brands NZ Ltd has sold two properties, Murrayfields at Culverden and Pukeuri in North Otago, for $5.4 million. The company will seek shareholder approval early next year to sell its remaining 12 farms.

Restaurant Brands NZ Ltd raised sales in the 13 weeks to 4 December by 13.1% to $60.7 million, and total sales for the year by 6.7% to $234.1 million. Non-KFC sales increased 62.3%, rising from 21% to 30% of sales. After incorporating Eagle Boys quickly into the Pizza Hut business, it now has 60 delcos (takeaway and delivery outlets) and 22 restaurants.World property

A comprehensive master development plan for Los Angeles International Airport and access to it has been put out for 180 days of submissions by LA World Airports, a division of the City of Los Angeles which covers four airports. LA International was last upgraded for the 1984 Olympics to take 40 million passengers, but handled 65 million this year. Plans include up to $US3 billion for an airport expressway, a ring road taking passengers straight to a new western terminal, Metrorail green line extension to that terminal, and a people mover to take people from carparks to terminals. Go to External links/US, property news for the airport’s website.

KIT Manufacturing Co of Long Beach, California, dropped its manufactured-homes earnings by 52% for the October fourth quarter and fell 30% for the whole year. Who to blame? Industry-wide excess inventory, lenders’ tightened credit standards and rising interest rates, says the chairman. The company also sells recreational vehicles, and those sales also crashed. The company lost just over $US1 million on $US8.5 million sales for the quarter, and came out just under square on $US48 million sales for the year.

Camden Property Trust of Houston has started building a $US120 million, 538-unit multi-family apartment development, The Park at Harbour View, at Long Beach, California. It will have two nine-storey towers, four of four storeys, 9ft ceilings (2.74m), a fitness centre, two swimming pools, 2300m² of shops and 1440 parking spaces. Future plans include an adjoining highrise condominium and a hotel. Camden has an option on three more residential projects in San Diego worth $US124 million. It operates 145 properties containing more than 51,000 apartments.

Drott AB of Sweden, one of Europe’s largest publicly traded real estate companies, has bought Fastighets AB Ragne, owner of 26 Malmö properties, giving it 889 apartments in 64,000m² and 38,000m² of office for 750 million Swedish krona ($NZ183.3 million) at an average 7333 krona/m² ($NZ1792/m² ), giving a 7% yield based on rents.

The American business wires announced that KWI Property Fund I bought three highrises in Los Angeles containing 53,500m². We get told often enough we have a cowboy stockmarket in New Zealand, so I’ve fired some questions off to the company to ascertain whether they’re even worse in the US wild west. The buildings on Hollywood and Wilshire Boulevards are 11 storeys (plus separate 6-storey parking), 18 (including 7 parking) and 16 (plus 6 parking), which I’d regard as relatively short over there. Some of the missing detail: the price, funding method, initial yield. (Kennedy-Wilson International was previously a residential auctionhouse, which has grown into a major commercial brokerage, including Jones Lang Wootton California, bought from the merged Jones Lang LaSalle, and established a $US250 million fund to buy mostly suburban offices.

Long Beach Plaza in California is getting a remake. It covers eight blocks, has an enclosed mall which was opened in 1982 and shut last year, and demolition began on Monday to make way for CityPlace, an art deco creation which will bring back the street grid and open in early 2002 with 44,000m² of shops, 328 flats, a 138-suite hotel and 2900 parking spaces. “By reintroducing the city street grid and placing ground-level retail below housing units, we will be creating a new urban village in downtown Long Beach,” said the senior vice-president of development for Developers Diversified Realty Corp, Eric Mallory. DDR develops and invests in shopping centres, and has 208 of them covering 4.6 million m² in 40 states. Its partners in the joint venture are a Prudential Insurance division and Coventry Real Estate. Designers were Jerde Partnership, of Venice, California, whose work includes Third Street Promenade in Santa Monica, CityWalk in Universal City and Horton Plaza in San Diego.

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Snapshot of the Week, to 25 August 2002

Snapshot of the Week lists the headlines from all stories published on The Bob Dey Property Report as they appear during the week. The Snapshot is broken into categories for easier tracking, with links to the story page for each item.

There are some quirks to the system: A brief item on a listed company may appear in Snapshot on Local Business rather than under that company’s name in the Organisation/Listeds section, for instance.

In all categories, the latest news appears at the top of the list.

This week:

Auckland City consent activity Commissioners to consider Orams boat park

Owairaka community house proposed

Objection to costs on declined Barrier subdivision

BP scales down Fanshawe St revamp

Manson gets non-notification for Roller Mills project

Non-notification for Stanley St tavern

Service station consent deferred because of road widening

Consent for Pt Chevalier café

Consent for new Richmond Rd restaurant

CBD western fringe 70 Nelson St sells

External links: Interest.co.nz

Info-Link

AGM Publishing

Lynch Phibbs & Associates

Stratcomm

High Court: Decision reserved on Crown appeal over Moses & Stevens charges

Listeds: Lossmaker Force has a better year

Local property: Colonial surplus up 5.9% for quarter

Newmarket: Westfield and Auckland One combine Newmarket interests

Widdup says joint venture will speed up development

McKellar plans to be more than a passive investor’s agent

Retail property: AMP sells half of 3 centres to Australian AMP fund

Rodney consent activity: Indoor snowsport arena for Silverdale

Comment sought on Silverdale North catchment plan

Statistics: Building consents shoot up in July

Inland migrant flow continues

Takapuna: Council agrees with community board on Takapuna gasometer parking option

U: Betta Building wound up

Metro Construction/Capri Homes in voluntary liquidation

Sinton’s Northland Town Planners settles

Allteck settles

IRD sends Botany Developments, See The Bigger Picture, GTS, DSR and Spectrum Covers into liquidation

Viewfield Group gets adjournment

Earthmoving Consultants in voluntary liquidation

Application to wind up Waiwera company withdrawn

Krasniqi trustee company gets adjournment

Global Cable & Duct wound up

Broadway Towing wound up

Canbay Plastering in voluntary liquidation

Lloyd Contractors wound up

Clevedon Horticulture in voluntary liquidation

Valuation: Massey develops CDs to teach valuation

Wellington: Island salesman Farhad Vladi buys Mobil-on-the-Park

World property: Lend Lease exits J-reit venture

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Snapshot of the Week, to 6 May 2001

Snapshot of the Week lists the headlines from all stories published on The Bob Dey Property Report as they appear during the week. The Snapshot is broken into categories for easier tracking, with links to the story page for each item.

There are some quirks to the system: A brief item on a listed company may appear in Snapshot on Local Business rather than under that company’s name in the Organisation/Listeds section, for instance.

In all categories, the latest news appears at the top of the list.

This week:

Auckland City: Auckland City consent activity 2 May

Criminal court: Raymond trial opens
Raymond on trial

Listeds – Australia: Lend Lease to buy urban community developer Delfin

Local property: Metlifecare issues post-rights shares

Warehouse Q3 sales up 13.6%

Botany town centre handover

Exchange to suspend Savoy shares

Wairoa River catchment management strategy open to submissions

CDL annual reports on web

Building consents up (but still down)

Hartner creditors’ meeting 15 May

Raymond on trial

Darkins off to London for top AMP role

PFI board firm on placement decision

PFI first-quarter surplus up 42.3%

New Trans Tasman website has SEA deal details
Trans Tasman Properties

Manukau: Botany opens with a $5 million gain in book value

World property: Coles Myer buys Leda hotel chain

Thakral finalising debt restructure

Lend Lease to buy urban community developer Delfin

GPG resolution won’t be on AGP agenda

Revaluations boost ING Office

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