Myles Goodwin, Planning & Environmental Director at Cato Bolam, provides an update on the rural development landscape for 2021 and the rules applied to the rural zones within the Auckland Unitary Plan.
Countryside Living zones are zones on the outskirts of Auckland where provision is made for rural living on small blocks. Myles Goodwin, Planning & Environmental Director at Cato Bolam, explains further the definition of these zones and the ability to use Transferable Development Rights (TDR) in northern Auckland.
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.
Cato Bolam Architecture team growing to meet client needs across all aspects of housing development.
The growth of our Architecture team assists Cato Bolam in delivering “one stop shop” beginning to end solutions to our clients across all forms of housing development, from development feasibility, concept and detailed design through resource and building consents to on-site construction management.
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.