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Public notice period on reserves status extended

Submissions extended until 14 April for 20 sites across Tamaki Makaurau.

Community

Kaumatua housing plan gets a boost

Six Papakura Marae kaumatua housing units are nearing completion and three more have been approved for the site.

Housing

Record dwelling consents show progress addressing Auckland’s housing supply issues

Auckland Mayor Phil Goff says a record number of dwellings consented in the city over the past year reflects encouraging progress in addressing housing supply issues.

Housing

Auckland land supply policy plays minimal role in property prices, new report shows

A new study, An evidence-based approach: Does the Rural Urban Boundary impose a price premium on land inside it? shows the new planning policies have little to no impact on property prices.

Development

Addison survey finds residents positive about suburb

Study finds residents of the master-planned community of Addison in Papakura have a lot to be positive about.

Mayor

Auckland annual dwelling consents top 15,000 for first time

More than 15,000 dwelling consents were issued in Auckland in 2019, an all-time record and an 18 per cent rise in consents issued year-on-year.

Housing

Chief Economist's Insights: Avocado versus apple crates

Debate rages between the generations. Each seems convinced the other had it easier in their day to get on the property ladder. David Norman discusses who had it tougher.

Housing

Laidlaw College invests in Henderson

Panuku has finalised an agreement with the Laidlaw College Foundation which will be integral to the revitalisation of Henderson.