220-unit development rejected
Monday 26 January 2004
A plan to bring apartment living to Snells Beach has been rejected by planning commissioners, who say it would clash with the low-key homes of the Rodney settlement.
By The LandlordThe decision on the biggest development so far for the village was greeted with relief by the 80 residents who opposed the cutting-up of lifestyle blocks and vineyards to the north of their homes.
Developer Kawau Holdings declined to comment on whether it would appeal to the Environment Court.
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