Shotover Country

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 dozen Queenstown homeowners have been given 28 days to comply with fencing rules - or face fines of up to $750 a day. Queenstown council's enforcement officers initially identified 55 homes in Shotover Country with unlawful fencing. The subdivision's resource...
Threats of a hefty fine and jail time are flushing out Queenstown's unregistered holiday let owners. In January, City Hall wrote to almost 800 property owners, warning them if convicted they could face a $300,000 fine or two years in...
An earthquake-triggered landslip damming the Shotover River is being advanced as a reason to reject a planned fast-tracked housing development. University of Canterbury geologist Prof Tim Davies says the risk of such a landslip has been ''potentially underestimated'' and the...

Hammer down for school

Talk about supporting your kid's school. Queenstown accountant Peter Wilson, whose son Calder goes to Shotover Primary, bought a four-bedroom house at auction last Saturday, putting the final seal on a school fundraiser. Wilson bid $810,000 for the brand-new Shotover Country...

Village plans shot

OneĀ 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...
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