Residents fight Te Atatu marae in court

Friday 20 February 2004

Residents opposing a marae at Te Atatu Peninsula are taking their fight to the Environment Court.

By The Landlord

The Te Atatu Residents and Ratepayers Association filed the appeal on January 29 in a bid to block Waitakere City Council district plan changes paving the way for a marae development.

The council initially set aside 2.5 hectares of the site for a marae in January 2002 after changing its district plan.

But the ratepayers' group opposes the plan amendment, saying the land was originally set aside as open space reserve.

Read More - Opens in a new window
Commenting is closed

Property News

Major industrial development powers on

It’s full steam ahead for the Stevenson Group’s $800 million, 361-hectare industrial and residential development in South Auckland – despite the uncertainties of the post-Covid-19 era.

House Prices

House price drops are short-lived - Alexander

Periods of house price decline are rare and "short-lived", says economist Tony Alexander, amid forecasts of a drop of 10%-15% this year.


Resilience needed in face of change

The Reserve Bank says the commercial property sector is vulnerable to the Covid-19 crisis. But PMG Funds' chief executive believes that while there’ll be short-term pain, the biggest long-term impact will be structural change.


Mortgage lending slumps to record low in April

Mortgage lending fell to its lowest level on record last month as the property market ground to a halt during the Covid-19 lockdown.

Site by PHP Developer