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Auckland’s housing shortage: fast-track consent granted for $2b development

David Williams
Wed, 11 Jul 2018

An earthworks consent has been granted for a precinct within the $2 billion, 3000-home Hobsonville Point development, in Auckland.

The consent, granted by Auckland Council yesterday to Australian developer AV Jennings for Hobsonville Point’s Catalina precinct, is the first under new fast-track

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David Williams
Wed, 11 Jul 2018
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