9 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?
  • 47.1% I'd love to live in a transportable home
    47.1% Complete
  • 25.4% Would be great as a batch
    25.4% Complete
  • 18.3% Perfect for guests or farmhands
    18.3% Complete
  • 9.2% Not my cup of tea
    9.2% Complete
295 votes
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Shirelle from South Taupo

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Local Body Elections - Mayoral Candidates meeting

Mowenna (mo) from Taupo Central

Good morning all, I'm heading along to the Rotary 'Meet the Mayoral Candidates' evening tonight. Great opportunity to find out a little more about what our Mayoral Candidates have to offer. Hope to see some of you there :)

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12 hours ago

Exhibition to showcase artwork from Tongariro Prison

Darren Petry from Taupo District Council

A new exhibition at Taupō Museum showcases the artwork created by prisoners of Tongariro Prison.

The “From the Inside – Mai i Roto” exhibition runs from Saturday, September 28 to Monday, November 4 and came about after an artwork from the prison was entered in last year’s Dog Show exhibition. Museum Exhibition officer Kerence Stephen said the museum had worked with Arts Access New Zealand to invite entries from Prison’s across New Zealand and the Dog Show entry started a relationship with the Department of Corrections.

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