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Tourism Minister Stuart Nash has cut the ribbon for the renovated Whakatāne wharf and broken ground on work to construct the new Commercial Boat Harbour.
The Canterbury Employers’ Chamber of Commerce is urging some 2,700 members to submit in favour of the Te Kaha stadium being built in Christchurch.
Nelson City Council has set out a 15-year plan for a marina transformation that it says will help grow the local economy.
A masterplan for the future of the Manawatu Gorge is proposing 11 projects for the area, including recreational tracks, suspension and sky bridges, visitor accommodation, cultural projects, and UNESCO ‘Geopark’ status for Te Apiti.
Invercargill is on track to be a “highly desirable city to visit and settle down in”, according to the group behind a drive to rejuvenate the city and the wider Southland region.
Taupō Moana Group Holdings (TMGH) will apply for resource consent to redevelop and expand Taupō’s popular Hole in One golf attraction.
Hastings i-SITE will relocate mid-year to the Municipal Building at the Toitoi – Hawke’s Bay Arts & Event Centre development.
Auckland Airport has broken ground on its new $200m retail development, which it says will be New Zealand’s ‘largest purpose-built fashion centre’.
The Kōpū business and marine precinct has been granted consent to build a commercial working wharf and recreational boat ramp at a cost of $8.2m.
Silverlight Studios has secured resource consent for its $280m film studio development near Wānaka.
A $75,000 donation to the Hamilton Gardens will see the attraction’s café upgraded next year.
Architectural concept designs for a $19m – $21m revamp of the Kaikōura waterfront have been approved.
Queenstown’s Hydro Attack is seeking to build a new wharf at the resort with long-term lease options for its distinctive watercraft.
Dolomite Point Redevelopment Project in Punakaiki has reached its second construction milestone as work begins to upgrade the northern car park at Dolomite Point.
Construction on a new state-of-the-art pool complex in Gisborne has started.
Work on a $19m expansion of Pettigrew Green Arena in Taradale, Hawke’s Bay, is underway.
A $1.75m cash injection from the Lottery Significant Projects Fund will see the completion of Gisborne’s 1000-year pedestrian bridge, albeit cheaper than originally envisioned.
Christchurch City Council will vote on Thursday on the preliminary design for the new Canterbury Multi-Use Arena.
Project largely funded by $740,000 grant from Tourism Infrastructure Fund and approximately $250,000 from Ashburton District Council.
Project received some funding from Tourism Infrastructure Fund.
Existing building on site to be removed over next year.
Reservations have been running hot from across the Tasman after bookings opened two weeks ago.
Overseas investor Seung Heun Lee bought Northland properties worth $10.4m without consent.
Development work on Te Uruhi, previously known as the Kāpiti Gateway, is set to start in September.
Titles for first”superlots” in Te Awa Lakes project likely available mid-2022.
Queenstown Lakes District Council’s economic development unit is advertising a 12-month tender to develop a hospitality and tourism technology cluster in the district.
A case study on Māori tourism experiences has been featured in a new international database alongside 31 other examples on tourism development from around the world.
Town centre set to get two pedestrian malls, more parking, safer environment for walkers.
Endemic speed violations factor into decision to make area pedestrian-only.
A development aiming to be Wānaka’s first dedicated workers’ accommodation village has secured consent from the Environment Court.
Hutt City Council says it has reached a ‘major milestone’ with resource consent granted for its Eastern Bays shared path project.
Film and wine ventures with tourism components are being fast-tracked through the consenting process.
Kāpiti Coast District Councillors have voted seven to four to proceed with the Kāpiti Gateway visitor centre.
Kāpiti Coast District Council will meet this Thursday 25 February to discuss the future of the proposed $4.5m Kāpiti Gateway visitor centre.
Auckland’s $350m downtown development programme has reached a significant milestone; finishing the seismic strengthening of Quay Street’s historic seawall.
The work would see the implementation of Te Ara Wānaka, a shared pathway, for pedestrians and cyclists along Lakeside Road, and a separate boardwalk along the lake’s edge.
The estimated cost of the redevelopment was $165m and is a key project in the Southland Regional Development Strategy Action Plan.
But room rates are the problem this year and Queenstown is a “disaster”, says Raman Sarin.
Work will get underway next week on a major project in central Hamilton aimed at making the river more accessible, boosting river tourism and safeguarding essential infrastructure.
New Plymouth District Council is seeking feedback on the possibility of a marina as part of how $2bn of public funds will be invested in its next 10-year plan.
The development at Punakaiki will also feature cycle paths, walkways, and a new viewing platform.
It marks the beginning of the transformation of the 10-hectare Lakeview site into an extension of the Queenstown CBD.
The Taranaki settlement is getting a new visitor centre to house taonga and an exhibition of the Parihaka story.
A significant development plan for the attraction is on hold until visitor volumes return.
Marlborough District Council will undertake a new redevelopment study on the future of Waitohi/Picton.
The Overseas Investment Office has given the green light to QT Lakeview Partnership’s development agreement with Queenstown Lakes District Council.
The third stage of the Wānaka Lakefront Development Plan is underway with a detailed design nearing completion and a number of artist impressions released to the public.
The assets were supposed to be the foundation properties in a new tourism fund.
Kāpiti’s proposed $4.46m Gateway project will help boost local tourism jobs and aid the recovery, says the Kāpiti Coast District Council.
The aborted launch of a $70m tourism property fund has “strained” the balance sheet of NZX-listed Augusta Capital, which is seeking $45m from investors.