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Biz Waikato - Issue 34
Louise Feathers Planning features in the latest edition of Biz – see page 23 for details.
Women in Property - Louise Feathers to speak at this event - Thursday November 1st
A personal brand is all about how you are perceived in the Industry and to your peers and potential employers of the future.
Hamilton developers say new levies will stymie developments
Hamilton resource consent specialist Louise Feathers said she had noticed a dampening effect on development activity across the board, and particularly in changes of use and in the development of greenfield land.
City revitalising works win Waikato/BOP Architecture Awards
Projects that breathe new life into the downtown area of New Zealand’s fourth-largest city are among the winners of 2018 Waikato / Bay of Plenty Architecture Awards.
VINZ moves north with state-of-the-art testing station
Vehicle inspection company VINZ has made a significant investment in its Hamilton business, with a move into a large new building on Tasman Road.
New Ebbett Toyota store a great experience for customers
Weeks before the new Ebbett Toyota store opened in Te Rapa, Hamilton, builders noted that visitors were already pulling into the massive site to see if the latest Toyota or Lexus was available.
Duplex proposal for Hamilton's exclusive Harrowfield area perplexes neighbours
The city council stated in its district plan that it was looking for “a more compact city and the efficient use of residential zoned land”, Highview planning consultant Louise Feathers wrote. Developments like the Harrowfield one could help achieve this.
Rebuild of Methodist church in Hamilton East complete
The new St John’s Methodist Church in Hamilton East is a break away from the traditional shape of a church.
Waikato and BOP architecture awards showcase “wildly imaginative” projects
The winners of the 2016 Waikato and Bay of Plenty Architecture Awards were announced on Friday at an awards ceremony at the University of Waikato.
resource consent specialists