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Property Council’s Bay of Plenty branch keen on development policies

Bay of Plenty Property Council members have sent in their submission arguing that the council should continue to pump money into infrastructure funding and focus more on economic development.

Chris Hutching for NBR NZ Property Investor
Wed, 01 Apr 2015

The Property Council is sometimes perceived as a right-leaning organisation.

In recent times it has championed small government (council amalgamations and “core” activities), liberalising land supply, and exhorting Christchurch City to sell its assets.

But in Bay of Plenty the Property Council

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Chris Hutching for NBR NZ Property Investor
Wed, 01 Apr 2015
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