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Tensions rise over surplus public land sales in Auckland

Who's in charge - local boards or council-controlled Panuku Development?

Sally Lindsay
Thu, 15 Mar 2018

Redevelopment plans for Takapuna's Anzac St car park have brought the testy relationship some local boards have with Auckland Council-controlled Panuku Development to the surface. 

Resentments have been bubbling for some time at what some boards regard as Panuku’s arrogance in setting a land

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Sally Lindsay
Thu, 15 Mar 2018
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