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Council approves new Special Housing Areas

Council approves new Special Housing Areas

At a full Council meeting on 21 September, Nelson City Council approved seven new and two amendments to Special Housing Areas (SHAs) for recommendation to the Minister of Building and Construction.
The SHAs considered were:

381 Nayland Road

40 Tasman Street

• Quail Rise, Marsden Valley

• Atawhai Drive, (Bayview Subdivisions Ltd) (amendment)

• Tasman Heights (KB Quarries Ltd)

• 1a Hill Street North

• 3b and 3c Hill Street North

23 Wastney Terrace (amendment)

26 Blick Terrace

All approved SHAs are required to seek approval from the Urban Design Panel.

Mayor Rachel Reese says that the continued interest in SHAs from developers shows that Nelson is continuing to grow, and that developers are ready to meet demand for a diverse range of residential housing styles."

"This round of SHAs has provided for a real range and variety of developments, from tiny houses to standard residential lots, to inner city townhouses. "


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