Sanderson Group

By PHILIP CHANDLER Amidst a health crisis, it's apt foundation works on Queenstown's first surgical hospital started this week. The $20 million-plus hospital's being built next to the Queenstown Country Club by the retirement village's original developer, Sanderson Group. Despite a slight delay...

New digs for workforce

By GUY WILLIAMS A new residential development just off Lake Hayes Estate's Onslow Road will house workers at Queenstown's Southern Cross hospital. Queenstown Commercial, a company linked to Queenstown Country Club developer Sanderson Group, is building 12 two-storey homes, in a...

March date for hospital build

The developer of an in-dependent surgical hospital next to the Queenstown Country Club hopes to start construction in March. Sanderson Group chairman Fraser Sanderson says he hopes a resource consent variation to build the $20 million facility, filed in August, will...
Having gained fast-tracked approval for his Queenstown old folks' home, developer Fraser Sanderson's not letting the grass grow under his feet. As those driving the Ladies Mile highway can see, the Tauranga-based retirement village operator is already moving dirt for...
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...
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