38 days ago

Poll: What are your thoughts on transportable homes?

The Team from Transbuild

Whether you are space or budget sensitive, many are consciously choosing to inhabit a smaller living footprint. Our simple yet clever designs, provide savvy living spaces for the discerning.

Primary or secondary dwellings for extended family, generating rental income, accommodating expanding family needs without the cost and stress of renovating or moving, the bach or home or simply cashing up so you can live a little.

Refer to the floor plans for indicative layouts, or if you prefer a bespoke design, prices are available on request, email us here.
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What are your thoughts on transportable homes?
  • 46.7% I'd love to live in a transportable home
    46.7% Complete
  • 26% Would be great as a batch
    26% Complete
  • 18% Perfect for guests or farmhands
    18% Complete
  • 9.3% Not my cup of tea
    9.3% Complete
300 votes
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Buy-back and amnesty for prohibited firearms and parts

Waikato Police

After changes to firearm laws, the government introduced a six month amnesty period. This means that anyone with firearms and parts that are no longer legal have until 20 December 2019 to hand them in to Police.

Police are providing a number of ways for people to hand-in their firearms or parts, including Police-run collection events - bit.ly...

If you can’t make a collection event, check whether there is a dealer near you - bit.ly...

If you think you have a unique prohibited item and are eligible to apply for compensation, find out how you can do that here - bit.ly...

Some firearms can also be modified and there is also a list of approved gunsmiths eligible to do the work - bit.ly...

FAQ’s here - bit.ly... or call 0800 311 311.

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19 hours ago

Buy-back and amnesty for prohibited firearms and parts

Bay of Plenty & Taupo Police

After changes to firearm laws, the government introduced a six month amnesty period. This means that anyone with firearms and parts that are no longer legal have until 20 December 2019 to hand them in to Police.

Police are providing a number of ways for people to hand-in their firearms or parts, including Police-run collection events - bit.ly...

If you can’t make a collection event, check whether there is a dealer near you - bit.ly...

If you think you have a unique prohibited item and are eligible to apply for compensation, find out how you can do that here - bit.ly...

Some firearms can also be modified and there is also a list of approved gunsmiths eligible to do the work - bit.ly...

FAQ’s here - bit.ly... or call 0800 311 311.

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