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Property developer being held to account over misleading sales pitch and breaches of the District Plan
Prolific property developer ordered to remove 'misleading' Airbnb statements | Stuff.co.nz
(A close friend of mine in Wellington just forwarded this to me)
"The poor kid must feel like the whole world is against him!! Does this article sound familiar? Particularly the 55 discrepancies??"
My thoughts are "Oh diddums Mathew!"
He hasn't followed the housing density rules of the District Plan, and John Higgins team in the Council's consenting unit (and the Commissioner) have whitewashed the Enhanced Development Mechanism in the District Plan which VERY clearly stipulates a ceiling limit of 65 dwellings/units per hectare.
This Merivale Lane development will be grossly over that limit, far more so than the monstrosity Williams Corporation built here in Perth Streets which equates to 75 units per hectare! We could have cause to take the Council to Court, and have at least 3 of the units demolished in order to force the Perth Street development to be compliant.
If I had deep pockets and a spare $20k I would do it today.
Will be watching this story with great interest in the hopes that Merivale Lane doesn't suffer the same fate Perth Street did.
Well done Karl and everyone involved with getting this story into the news!