Home-based brothels in Tauranga – known as single owner-operated brothels in the bylaw – and larger sex work businesses will still have to comply with specific restrictions on signage and [ … ]
New laws require building owners in high-risk areas, such as Manawatū, Horowhenua and Wellington, to strengthen or demolish high priority buildings within seven-and-a-half years. One of those affected is Feilding [ … ]
The plans, announced last November by Housing Minister Phil Tywford, will see 68 homes built on Banks St and Discovery Pl in Marfell. Civil works at the site should be [ … ]
When it rains, it pours, or so the old saying goes. It seems like when something goes wrong with your life, a whole bunch of other things go wrong at [ … ]
Andy Bell, Ganson Group property and development manager, put the full house down to investment and improvements which allowed them to attract “better quality tennants”. The company had spent more [ … ]
The couples met David McLeod at the Nelson Home Show in 2016, and say they were impressed by his professionalism. However, after frustrating delays his company Project Architecture went into [ … ]
Wikipedia defines ‘Open Plan Office’ as the generic term used in architectural and interior design for any floor plan which makes use of large, open spaces and minimizes the use [ … ]
At some point on our lives, we have to make a decision about where we’d like to live. For many of us, the decision to live in the country or [ … ]
A home-grown Horowhenua building firm is looking to significantly ramp up production on its relocatable eco-homes, with a new factory.
A Golden Bay couple who built a hacienda-style mud brick inn with their bare hands 23 years ago are selling up and moving on.