Hanley’s Farm

By GUY WILLIAMS Queenstown's last special housing area (SHA), Coneburn, has finally got the go-ahead for a site north of Hanley’s Farm. It’ll be developed on a 48-hectare site now being used for grazing, and will have 526 sections — mainly in...

Gigs galore for a good cause

By PHILIP CHANDLER A mini music festival’s running throughout the Wakatipu next week to mark Mental Health Awareness Week. Creative Queenstown’s presenting nine performances under the banner, ‘Listen Up, Wakatipu!’, featuring the cream of local entertainers. Starting this coming Monday, the likes of...
A global pandemic was never going to be kind on a couple whose livelihood revolves around social gatherings. But that doesn’t mean the word ‘optimistic’ has been entirely omitted from the vocabulary of long-time Queenstown musicians Lindsay and Ailsa Woods. The Hanley’s...
Work's begun on the third and final stage of Queenstown's Shotover Primary School. Brosnan Construction has started on the earthworks for a 1428 square metre building, running along the school's northern boundary, which will expand the school's capacity from 650...

Hanley’s demand continues

A 102-section sell-out at Hanley's Farm proves there's still massive demand for Queenstown residential land. Sales at the subdivision – between Frankton and Jack's Point – have now jumped from 257 to 359, though there's zoning for 1400-odd more. In the...
Seventy-two sections in Queenstown's newest large subdivision have sold in just three hours. Those sales alone have netted Hanley's Farm developer RCL Group more than $18 million, once titles are issued. Melbourne-based RCL Group has now sold 247 sections in four stages...

Hanley’s list scrapped

A developer is calling time on a $2000-deposit waiting list for Queenstown sections. Melbourne-based RCL Group says the registration database for subdivision Hanley's Farm is too big. It's releasing stage four of the development in April to those on the list...

Education hub rubbed out

A huge education and technology campus planned near Queenstown's Jack's Point is dead in the water. Just as council experts were lining up to rail against the plan, its main supporter, the Jacks Point group of companies associated with developer...
Twenty-five more sections are being released at one of Queenstown's newest subdivisions, which is also unveiling plans for a jumbo park. Melbourne-based RCL Group's ready to sell stage three of Hanley's Farm – just over a month since the last...
Construction of Hanley's Farm's first stage is slated to begin next week. Developer RCL Group has appointed The Roading Company as civil works contractor for the project. Hanley's Farm is a 1750-section Queenstown development on 561 hectares between the foot of...
Fifty sections at one of Queenstown’s newest subdivisions sold within three hours on Saturday. Melbourne-based developer RCL Group released stage two of its 1750-section neighbourhood Hanley’s Farm. It's next to golf course and neighbourhood Jack’s Point, between the base of the...

New stage is go

Developers are releasing the second stage of a massive 1750-section Queenstown neighbourhood after overcoming the last legal hurdle. Mountain Scene can reveal 49 sections at Hanley's Farm, near Jack's Point, will go on the market next Saturday, October 15. But they're...
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