An application by Criffel Deer Ltd to subdivide land on Mt Barker Rd, near Wanaka, was publicly notified this week.
A handful of last-minute appeals have been made to the $300 million Shotover Country development, including two from the developers.
While they stand to be accused of building their objections on foundations of self-interest, there is a great deal of sense - common and otherwise - in the case mounted by developers against the proposed new Dunedin City Council draft development contributions policy.
The way has been cleared for a large residential and hotel development on Mt Cardrona Station.
The Sharpridge Trust has appealed part of a resource consent decision relating to a proposed four-lot subdivision in Mt Aspiring Rd.
Property developers' arguments against increased Dunedin City Council charges will not be heard until November.
Dunedin property developers are set to square off with the Dunedin City Council from today, as they attempt to have a new charge on development overthrown.
Despite difficult times, with building and construction reaching a plateau over the past 18 months, the outlook for development is looking up, and the industry is "looking to see a little bit of growth".
The Queenstown Lakes District Council has offered no further evidence in the long-running Environment Court appeal against a decision to grant consent to Glendhu Bay golf resort developer Parkins Bay Preserve Ltd (PBPL).
A Cardrona Valley developer has gained consent to build three farm buildings on his land, but has been refused permission to proceed with a separate project to establish a building platform on a neighbouring property.
An application to build visitor accommodation at Mt Dewar Station will be covered in Queenstown during a two-day hearing beginning on August 17.
Dunedin businessman Paul Nicholson has until 5pm today to pay the $10.8 million balance of an Otago subdivision purchase - or face losing investors' $1.2 million deposit.
Wanaka's town centre is ticking over quietly and several multistorey buildings are in the pipeline. But how far should town centre development spread? Reporter Marjorie Cook explores some of the issues.
Now is a good time to add 12 residential sections to the Dunedin market, the developer of a 12-lot subdivision in Tanner Rd, Glenleith, says.
An application for a consent variation allowing two lots of the former Hawthorn Estate development in Queenstown to go ahead without the water features required by the original consent has been lodged by Arcadian Triangle Ltd.
Discussion between expert witnesses over Shotover Country's proposed $300 million-plus Queenstown subdivision is continuing, despite the plan change hearing being adjourned in March.
Platinum Estates Ltd plans an 18-lot subdivision at Dalefield, near Arrowtown, with consent sought to undertake the subdivision in four stages.
Lorraine Bennett, of St Bathans, warns of the dangers of the designation of large parts of Central Otago as outstanding natural landscape.
Wanaka's sensitive landscapes are in the spotlight again, with the Minty family this week making a second attempt to obtain subdivision consent for a 137ha property beside Lake Wanaka with a rating value of $12.7 million.
When the Dunedin City Council announced plans to rezone 52ha of land on the Taieri Plain from rural to industrial, it trumpeted the Taieri as a location which would attract new businesses to the city and allow existing companies to expand.