Otago Daily Times: Queenstown Lakes

4000-unit project possible

4000-unit project possible A developer says up to 4000 apartment units could be built within the Remarkables Park town centre zone if permission was granted to build up to six storeys tall.

QLDC asked to recommend SHA plan

QLDC asked to recommend SHA plan

A seventh special housing area proposal for Queenstown is going to the Government.

Council fells oak in 'misunderstanding'

Friends of the Wakatipu Gardens and Reserves have been left stumped by the decision of the Queenstown Lakes District Council to fell a 60-year-old oak tree.

Hundreds of residential units agreed in principle

Up to 646 units or residential apartments and a 100-bed aged care facility have been agreed to or approved in principle by the Queenstown Lakes District Council under the Housing Accords and Special Housing Areas Act to date.

Council can issue consents

The Queenstown Lakes District Council has retained the ability to issue building consents, for now at least.

Exhibition launched by senior Chinese officials

Exhibition launched by senior Chinese officials

A senior Chinese Government minister was in Queenstown yesterday to launch a photo and book exhibition, Beautiful China.

Removal of lakeside car parks opposed

A Queenstown CBD lobby group supports only some of the downtown car-parking measures to be discussed at Queenstown Lakes District Council's full meeting today.

RPL announces $58m development

A $58million development project at Remarkables Park will deliver 55 residential and 81 serviced hotel apartments to Queenstown within the next two years.

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