An Auckland Council duty commissioner told council staff an application to demolish a 90-year-old Remuera house should be notified – then, 3 hours later, issued a decision not to notify it.
Council action on heritage demolition, dog access, northern breakaway, Kaipara Harbour – 5 apartments sell at Ray White auction – 14 “intensive living” units, 2 sections & a showroom sell at Barfoots – 4 apartments & a farm sell at Bayleys – All 4 sell at City Sales auction – Goodman settles 2 Addington sales – PFI pleased to exit Cavendish Drive property
Orakei Local Board member Troy Churton has proposed a way to overcome a conflict in considering demolition of heritage buildings.
Auckland Council’s hearings committee appointed commissioners yesterday to hear 5 resource consent applications, including the council application to place a public artwork on Queens Wharf and the proposal to establish a boating hub on the Takapuna camping ground.
Auckland Council’s hearings committee has appointed commissioners to decide whether an application to demolish a pre-1940 house at 59 View Rd, Mt Eden, should be non-notified, although a rule in the current isthmus plan makes all such applications in the isthmus residential 1 zone non-notified unless there are special circumstances.
Published 5 April 2011 Auckland Council issued notices of requirement for heritage orders on 2 central city buildings today – the Wong Doo building (also ex-Canvas City) at 164-168 Hobson St and Ranchhod Chambers (ex-Mining Chambers & Gilfillan’s Store) at 95 Queen St. The heritage order requirement allows for no demolition of any part of […]