Queenstown Country Club

Queenstown council bosses want the resort's tree-lined entrance to be opened up for potential development. In a report to Thursday's full council meeting, planning bosses Tony Avery and Blair Devlin -- who previously ran secret meetings promoting a potential carve-up...
A retirement village developer has apologised for failing to tell the Queenstown Trails Trust it was temporarily closing two public tracks in Lake Hayes Estate. Queenstown Country Club also neglected to inform Queenstown's council and the suburb's residents before fencing...
A massive retirement village development in Queenstown has fast-tracked consent - which commissioners say will irreversibly change the rural character of the town's entrance. The development's original proposal, for 53 hectares next to Lake Hayes Estate, was for a 332-unit...

Big spend-up on worker digs

Queenstown's housing crisis has forced a tourism giant and a developer to pursue worker digs. Gondola operator Skyline Enterprises and Queenstown Country Club developer Sanderson Group have moved to provide their own accommodation. And Queenstown's council is nudging others to do the...

Village plans shot

One of Queenstown's biggest developers has called time on plans for a retirement village. Shotover Country, wedged between Lake Hayes Estate and the Shotover River, has applied for consent to build 61 new homes on a site once earmarked for an...

Village gives hope for oldies

Approval's been given for a $130 million retirement complex beside The Hills golf course. Developers of the Arrowtown Lifestyle Retirement Village, who received resource consent this week, hope to finish the first stage late next year. It'll be the Wakatipu's first large-scale,...
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