Company planning director Peter Reaburn outlines in an interview with Business North, how Cato Bolam has seen major growth in supporting projects for residential development and redevelopment, and the resulting expansion in Cato Bolams’ Manukau and Architectural services.
Myles Goodwin, Planning & Environmental Director at Cato Bolam, outlines the changes to the rural subdivision rules following the Environment Court’s recent public release.
Greg Beck and the Cato Bolam land contamination team provide insights into the different investigation strategies that can be employed for resource consent and the significant savings on a projects costs and time frames as a result.
There has never been a better time to invest in rural lifestyle development. Money in the bank is generating ever decreasing returns, and investing in commercial property is becoming a less attractive option due to the economic effects of Covid 19 lockdowns.
Auckland’s rural subdivision rules aim to provide a win/win situation. A land holder gains a valuable new title with the ability for a new dwelling to be constructed, while a valuable contribution is made to the environment.
The Resource Management Review Panel’s report has been released and recommends sweeping changes to New Zealand’s resource management law. Given the cross-party support for reform it now seems very likely that the RMA will go. Cato Bolam Director of Planning, Peter Reaburn, shares his initial thoughts.
We at Cato Bolam wish you, together with all our clients and contacts, the very best while navigating the next few weeks of lockdown. With the Government placing New Zealand on Level 4 of the COVID-19 alert system, we would like to advise you how Cato Bolam can continue providing support to you during this time.