Still no end to Taranaki house-building bonanza

Wednesday 4 February 2004

Taranaki's building boom shows no sign of slowing, despite predictions of a lull.

By The Landlord

For the last couple of years builders, tradespeople and others in the industry have been working flat out in the region's buoyant property market.

Taranaki Master Builders Association president Paul Jones said traditionally the industry would have highs and lows, but the current boom had just kept going.

"The industry thought it would taper off, but it just hasn't," said Mr Jones.

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