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Christchurch Northern Corridor: Full steam ahead.

It’s been six months since the first sod was turned and work started on the Christchurch Northern Corridor (CNC). The project team have been testing land conditions, preparing land for construction and moving key services such as power and water. Construction is now in full swing, with work underway on the Belfast Road Bridge and …

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Winter news May 2017

The days are getting shorter and the mornings crisping up.  What better way to make the winter fly faster, than to have an exciting building project to plan.  With subdivisions in Woodend, Halswell, Rolleston and West Melton, we have something for everyone. Read more
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Homes.co.nz: Buying a new home dearer than building one

Building a new house in a major centre could net you on average around $150,000 in capital gain, new research suggests. Property research firm homes.co.nz has looked at the gap between the cost of a new section and the median price of a new house. Read more
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Update on the West Melton Community Centre

West Melton Community and Recreation Centre Funders’ Newsletter. A brief update on what’s happening.
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CNC Community Open Day

The Christchurch Northern Corridor Alliance Project team is opening their doors to all for an afternoon of presentations, displays and demonstrations. Come along with any questions or simply to find out more about the progress of the project. Tuesday, March 28, 2pm to 6.30pm 145 Winters Road, Mairehau (enter via QEII Drive and Winters Road …

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NZTA and CCC’s Northern Corridor update

The Christchurch Northern Corridor (CNC) combines the NZ Transport Agency’s Northern Arterial (a new section of SH74 running from just south of the Waimakariri River to QEII Drive, near Winters Rd) and two Christchurch City Council projects that link QEII Drive to Cranford St and four-lane Cranford St to Innes Rd. This $240m project is …

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