LUC 2012-212 Betterways Advisory Limited
41 Wharf Street, Dunedin
507 submissions were received following notification of the application, 457 in opposition, 43 in support, and seven were neutral in their stance.
How high is 96.300 metres. How rank is the design.
How sunk is public access to full assessment of environmental effects (AEE).
Christchurch is building low.
The Dunedin stadium (named for the company the Commerce Commission recently described as misleading and deceptive in their marketing) has not been tested by a large earthquake or swarm. It stands on land prone to liquefaction.
The proposed hotel and apartment complex (28 storeys) – a tall building – will stand on land prone to liquefaction.
Is there sense or cents driving this. Offshore bling.
The Minister for Tourism, Pokies and Convention Centres is John Key PM.
Tourism lives in the second tier economy, mostly, brashly, at Queenstown Lakes.
Dark suits of Chamber want some o’ that sweet cherry pie.
How will it come.
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