Land Use Consent: LUC-2014-259
31 & 33 Thomas Burns Street, Dunedin
New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co Ltd Building
█ Consent Hearing — Tuesday 19 August at 9:00 AM
Edinburgh Room, Municipal Chambers, The Octagon
█ DCC Planner’s Report (PDF, 4 MB)
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One response to “Public Notices: NZ Loan and Mercantile Building #SiteTour #ConsentHearing”
Great site tour at NZ Loan & Merc this afternoon led by heritage building owner Russell Lund. 48-50 people attended.
The resource consent hearing is tomorrow. Hope some of you can attend in the morning to provide support from the public gallery!