Supermarket plans… “amicable” agreement reached over Dunedin Gas Museum issues

### ODT Online Tue, 16 Nov 2010
Supermarket closer as parties sign draft
By John Gibb
A proposed Countdown supermarket in South Dunedin has moved closer to reality after parties recently signed a draft consent order, and an Environment Court hearing was called off before its scheduled start yesterday.

Ian Butcher, an architect working for the gasworks, was “very pleased” with the outcome of lengthy negotiations with Progressive and the “very good” way John Sofo, an Auckland architect acting for Progressive, had responded to museum concerns about the south-facing wall.

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