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Kemp Report on Harbour Quays Development

Kemp Report on Harbour Quays Development

The development of Harbour Quays will not threaten the viability and vitality of the CBD, a report commissioned by Wellington City Council has found. The report, by independent economist and urban development expert Derek Kemp, assesses the impact of Harbour Quays on the future planning of the central city area.

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