Waterfront Hotel

Traffic issues 'could have been resolved'

Traffic issues 'could have been resolved'

The traffic engineer hired by Betterways Advisory Ltd to help progress Dunedin's waterfront hotel has rejected claims the project was fatally flawed.

Song 'open' to new site

Song 'open' to new site

The developer behind Dunedin's $100 million waterfront hotel proposal says interest in another waterfront site is not behind her decision to scrap an agreement with the Dunedin City Council.

Hotel project 'terminated'

Hotel project 'terminated'

Plans for a $100 million waterfront hotel in Dunedin have been scrapped and the developers' partnership with the Dunedin City Council has descended into acrimony.

Hotel traffic report close to completion

Hotel traffic report close to completion

A report that could offer a solution to traffic issues standing in the way of Dunedin's waterfront hotel is close to completion, Dunedin City Council staff say.

Rules to keep city's character wharf hotel stumbling block

Rules to keep city's character wharf hotel stumbling block

Art isn't magic. Designers can't wave wands and change obdurate facts, though some people seem to think they can.

Hotel design to be revamped

Hotel design to be revamped

A new version of Dunedin's controversial waterfront hotel could be unveiled before the end of the year, after the developer struck a deal with the Dunedin City Council.

Something happening, but what?

Something happening, but what?

The proposed waterfront hotel and apartment block is in the news again. A city council committee declined the application for its resource consent.

Hotel wait continues

Hotel wait continues

The wait goes on for supporters and opponents of Dunedin's proposed $100 million waterfront hotel.

Red carpet and red tape

Red carpet and red tape

All might not yet be lost for the proposed $100 million waterfront hotel in Dunedin, but its future does not look promising based on the comments of backer Jing Song, of Queenstown.

Height the key issue: barrister

Height the key issue: barrister

An Environment Court appeal that could decide the fate of Dunedin's proposed waterfront hotel is destined for a hearing, unless the developers reconsider the height of their building, an opponent says.

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