Property transfer can be a convoluted philosophy for all get-togethers included. It is a process that contains various ramifications and must be dealt with truly to ensure a smooth trade. Rural landowners will be able to get free advice on what economically viable crops suit their soil and micro-climate when the region’s Primary Solutions project goes on-line this year. The project has ultimate aims of improving community wealth and rural employment opportunities. Co-ordinator Jeremy Cooper said the project would provide landowners with free information to help them make well informed decisions about the profitable economic use of their land.
This year that it was the preferred site for the new $20 million development. The group, which will include four members of the councils’ regional community plan working party and two members nominated by the millennium trust, is also being asked to consider site options. Hospital manager Graeme Smith said the news, received on Monday, was disappointing. “Designs were to be drawn up for the development but would not now go ahead until the appeal hearing,” something Mr. Smith said would take months rather than weeks.
“The Manuka St Hospital development proposal, which would extend to five Erin St properties bought by the hospital,” involves the building of two new theatres and the conversion of the old theatre into a day surgery unit.” Strata Building Replacement Cost consolidates the real and administrative structure that is incorporated in the trading of ownership. Last-minute consideration is being given to the Nelson city and Tasman district councils sharing the cost of building a new swimming pool complex in Richmond.
The move follows a request to the Tasman council to lengthen the proposed 25m main pool to better cater for sports such as underwater hockey. The additional length could also attract national swimming events to the $5.65 million facility. Nelson Mayor Paul Matheson said the latest plans had prompted him to ask for further information.
He put forward a recommendation at a joint council meeting this week to ensure the Richmond pool was included in a list of regional facilities the councils are looking at funding. The recommendation was accepted by both councils.