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.
Two opposing views of Dunedin's future are about to collide over a planned $100 million waterfront hotel.