Hi Folks … Auckland is back at Alert Level 1 as of midday!
With the change coming in the middle of the working day, please bear with us as we switch gears. ?
We highly recommend scanning in if you are visiting us, our QR codes are posted at all our doors.
You can read more below about Alert Level One operations at Botany Toyota, Manukau Toyota, Papakura Toyota, Pukekohe Toyota, Bridgestone Botany & Bridgestone Takanini.
We look forward to seeing you!
CEO, Manukau Toyota Group
Downtown Auckland is going through huge transformation with its various streetscape and transport projects. But in stark contrast, several plots of land worth hundreds of millions of dollars have sat as car parks since buildings were knocked down in the 1980s.
The Elliott St car park sits on a 4417 square metre plot of land, valued at $82.5 million.
The land has sat undeveloped as a car park - where an hour will cost you $19 - since the Royal International Hotel was demolished in 1987.
It was purchased by Singapore company NDG Asia Pacific (NZ) Limited for $53m in 2012, and in 2017 the company was given approval by the Overseas Investment Office to build and operate a 52-storey, five- star Ritz-Carlton Hotel, with 300 guest rooms, four floors for hotel facilities, six for retail and five for car parking.
The development is expected to cost $350m, with the start of construction dependent on the completion of City Rail Link. However, the resource consent for the tower is due to expire in October.
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KFC - Papakura, soggy chicken, no flavour, coating falls off. Chips soggy and lifeless. Takanini, chicken well cooked but dry and stringy, chips well cooked too and will stand at attention when held. Pukekohe, chicken nicely cooked, coating thick tasty and stays on, chicken meat moist and succulent. Chips nicely cooked. Score Papakura 3, Takanini 5, Pukekohe 8. Yes I had KFC at Puke tonight.
Thank you to everyone who came along for your huge effort at Te Puhinui Big Clean on Saturday! Around 500 people pitched in to clean up our waterways and protect our precious natural environment.
Volunteers removed tonnes of rubbish, including road cones, car parts, building materials, old furniture and even a Harley Davidson motorcycle!
Want to help keep the Puhinui Stream clean?
We're asking local businesses, schools and community groups to adopt a spot along the Puhinui Stream and help keep it free of rubbish. Want to adopt a spot? Get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.