Just an update that I missed out on the property I was keen on. I have enquired about another but there aren't many places that allow cats so for now I am staying put! Will still keep everyone in mind though as you never know what may happen :).
Thank you all again for your time and interest,
Firstly this is currently just a "what if" situation.
I am currently considering moving back to Hawkes Bay. If I find a place it would mean breaking my lease early. I will need to double check about subletting my unit but from what I recall, I would need to pay for rental listing fees and continue paying my rent until my property managers find a replacement.
I just thought that maybe I could find a way around this by possibly finding a single person or couple early without having to pay these hefty listing fees/pay double rent.
Is anyone here currently looking for a rental close to the city but far enough away for some peace and quiet :). Or do you know someone who is?
I have lived in this lovely one bedroom unit in Northland village for 5.5 years. My only reason for wanting to move is that I would like to live closer to my family.
There is a wee room next to the living room which I call the sun room. Right now I use it as my office space but you could also fit a small guest bed if you wanted to. The bonus about living here is that cats are allowed! They have a lovely hill to explore and I installed a cat door when I moved in so that's handy :).
I will be visiting Hawkes Bay this weekend and hope to view a rental then. I will know more after this weekend just thought I would see if there may be any takers ahead of time! It may well be that I will still need to get it listed the official way but it can't hurt to try different avenues 😉. I will wait with posting photos until I have my property managers permission to do so.
Thank you to the residents of Martinborough for your conservation efforts this past week. The total outdoor water ban has now been lifted, and residents are now permitted to water their gardens using hand-held devices - no irrigation devices, sprinklers or unattended hoses.
This is in addition to year round, alternate day watering - even numbered properties on even numbered dates and odd numbered properties on odd numbered dates
Stay up to date with current restrictions and check out some water saving tips at wellingtonwater.co.nz/SWDC
Thank you to the community for your water conservation efforts. The reservoirs are back to their normal filling cycles and all is operating normal. The total outdoor water ban in Featherston and Greytown has now been lifted.￼
The total outdoor water ban in Martinborough still applies.
Another 10 double passes to SIX60 have been drawn for our Neighbourly members! We have 100 double passes to give away as well as an exclusive concert by one of the supporting acts from the SIX60 tour.
To be eligible, make sure you are a verified Neighbourly member (need a hand verifying your address? Click here). We’ll also need to see you being more Neighbourly, whether it’s posting to your neighbourhood, replying to questions or inviting your neighbour to join the site (we’ve put together a few ideas here).