Development plan for Paewhenua Island
Monday 5 January 2004
The first seven lots of a 26-lot residential development on Paewhenua Island near Mangonui go on sale on January 11 with tenders closing in late February.
By The LandlordAuckland-based property developer Russell Green purchased the 109-hectare island, which had previously been used for pastoral farming, in February 2001.
Landscape architects DJ Scott Associates created the design plan for the development.
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