A seventh special housing area proposal for Queenstown is
going to the Government.
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.
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.
The Queenstown Lakes District Council has retained the
ability to issue building consents, for now at least.
A senior Chinese Government minister was in Queenstown
yesterday to launch a photo and book exhibition, Beautiful
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.
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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