The man promoting a $100 million waterfront hotel in Dunedin has produced new images of what the 28-storey tower would look like, but ruled out using a tethered balloon to demonstrate its height.
The company promoting a $100 million waterfront hotel in Dunedin says it will not meet a deadline for additional information requested by the Dunedin City Council's hearings committee.
The company bidding to build a 28-storey hotel on Dunedin's waterfront may have to launch a helicopter or a helium balloon to demonstrate how tall it would be.
Dunedin deserves better than the design of a 28-storey, $100 million hotel being suggested for the city's waterfront, a heritage building owner says.
Three brothers who own a collection of heritage buildings in Dunedin's warehouse precinct say the area risks being ''destroyed'' by plans for a waterfront hotel.
Dunedin building contractor Russell Lund says ''height is good'' and plans for a 28-storey waterfront hotel should be welcomed.
Otago Chamber of Commerce chief executive JohnChristie extols the benefits to Dunedin of a large hotel with quality accommodation.
Plans for a 28-storey waterfront hotel towering over Dunedin have been dealt a blow by a Dunedin City Council report that criticises the design and recommends resource consent be declined.
A farmer, a cafe owner, a former rugby administrator and an engineering expert will decide the fate of Dunedin's proposed waterfront hotel.
The queue to criticise plans for a 28-storey waterfront hotel in Dunedin continues to grow, as major organisations including the Otago Regional Council and KiwiRail line up against the project.