Local conveyacing authorities can solve property issues

The former Hurricane Wire site is earmarked for an upmarket apartment complex called The Quay, while another apartment complex called The Waterfront is being built on the other side of the house parts building. Port Nelson House Parts owners Margaret and John Walker have also sold an apartment they owned on The Waterfront. However the resort size has since been reduced to 120 rooms and all plans are to be reviewed.

Bureau of Prison officials could not be reached today to confirm the assignment. Commercial Property Conveyancers in the AUSTRALIA are obliged to be seen and recorded by the Social affair for Approved Conveyancers.

Port Nelson has hit back at critics of its proposed wharf development near Wakefield Quay, saying some of their criticisms are misguided. Critics have included Port Hills residents Gordon and Barbara Dicker who are campaigning to stop the development, and Green MP Mike Ward.

But Port Nelson chief executive Jim Williamson said some of the information in leaflets circulated by the Dickers was incorrect. Port Nelson planned to hold forums where Port Hills residents could discuss concerns, he said.

Meanwhile, a prospective Wakefield Quay resident, Ross Dalby, said he supported the port’s expansion plans and suspected others would too. Mr Dalby said he had bought an apartment in the Latitude 41 apartment complex. because it was close to the port.  Port Nelson expects to apply for resource consent for the project around September.

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