developers

By PHILIP CHANDLER Two Queenstown developers make long-awaited appearances in National Business Review’s online Rich List. Part-time local Fraser Sanderson, who’s developing commercial and residential property behind his former Queenstown Country Club retirement village, is valued at $225 million. The Porter brothers,...
By PHILIP CHANDLER The boss of New Zealand’s biggest home-building company believes red tape’s one of the main reasons for ever-escalating housing costs. ‘‘I don’t think anybody has all the solutions,’’ G.J.Gardner Homes chief executive/co-owner Grant Porteous says. But he believes the...

Parking rules needed

By GUY WILLIAMS Councils will have to step up and provide better parking management and public transport options when on-site parking requirements for developers are abolished next year, Green Party MP Julie Anne Genter says. Genter, who spoke at a public...
By TRACEY ROXBURGH Green MP Julie Anne Genter’s speaking at a public discussion in Queenstown tomorrow, organised by Shaping Our Future (SoF), to discuss changes to onsite parking requirements for developers, coming into effect next year. By next February onsite parking...
By TRACEY ROXBURGH Developers of the Toru apartment complex at Frankton’s Remarkables Park say they’re ready to start on the second of three buildings, but are struggling to attract financing. This month the first building, comprising 78 one- and two-bedroom units,...

Unit ownership never cheaper

By PHILIP CHANDLER Singles or couples can pay as little as $200,000 to secure assisted home ownership in a new Queenstown apartment building. Queenstown Lakes Community Housing Trust owns 50 of the 78 units in the first building of the Toru...
By MATTHEW MCKEW We've been renamed ‘Greenstown’. Queenstown’s set to go viral Monday night under the new alias when the resort plays host to the Xbox X and S Series console launches. A livestream’s expected to draw millions of views around the...
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