Our rich history in Christchurch and Canterbury
We've been around a few years with some big successes
Yoursection.nz have been building residential subdivisions in Christchurch and its surrounds since the year 2000. Nearly 20 subdivisions over 19 years has provided us the knowledge, experience and a proven track record for bringing you a high quality result.
Our key point of difference is that we like to embrace the natural feel of the land and the features on offer. We enhance the look of the areas we develop and we believe in the New Zealand lifestyle which includes rustic space and green rich countryside. We are not trying to bring the city to the country, but instead give you the best of both worlds. Scroll through our gallery to view our recently completed and past projects.
Quarry Gate, Kennedy's Bush, Halswell - 115 Lots
Following on from our Quarry View subdivision, Quarry Gate is just around the corner and across the road from the popular Halswell Recreation Reserve. Giving residents a chance to enjoy the many outdoor activities the Kennedy’s Bush area has to offer.
Delamain and Little Oaks, Yaldhurst – 320 Lots
These two neighbouring residential developments were the first of the new living zones which mixed densities and community facilities. The area was designed with higher density living in mind, that looked over public parks and waterways. The ambling stream at the entrance provided life to the space with trout and marine life making this their new home. A pre-school and community swimming pool become welcome additions as Delamain and Little Oaks grew with the community they neighboured.
Little Oaks, Yaldhurst
Kirkwood – The Twain, Halswell
We knew this area was planned for growth so our planned land connections to the West, North and East now link to the second of the Kirkwood developments.
Levi Park, Rolleston - 225 Lots
Levi Park, a 225 section subdivision developed from 24 hectares of grazing land on the edge of the growing and picturesque Canterbury township of Rolleston started construction in March 2013. The entry is framed by a ‘Gateway Reserve’ before meandering roads lead to our trademark tennis court, playground and further pocket parks. Designed with larger sections the result is a community development that feels open and spacious. The population has boomed to about 16,500 – a far cry from the sleepy satellite town of 3,000 in 1990. Opportunities in industrial, retail, professional and educational sectors, Rolleston now boasts 2 supermarkets, a vet and medical practices, banks, critically acclaimed restaurants, 5 primary schools and secondary schools. It has now become a buzzing self-reliant community. It continued to flourish post the Christchurch earthquake due to its lack of adverse land effects creating an influx of residents in search of a comfortable home for their growing families.
Two Roads, Woodend - 160 Lots
Two Roads is a short walk to the township of Woodend to the east or you can go west passed farmland to the beach. This 160 lot development was created to meet a variety of residents needs and stages in life. Two Road, Woodend – where town, country, coast combine.
Quarry View, Kennedys Bush, Halswell – 27 Lots
The first subdivision to be approved following the Canterbury earthquakes, this paved the way for other developments in the district. Quarry View was designed with the future in mind with each large section being planned to enable further subdivision in the future if the owner so desired. Purchasers purchased a site to build a home for the now and upside for the future.
Preston Downs, West Melton – 362 Lots
Imagine an 80-hectare farm being turned into 362 lower density sections connected to an existing community of only 42 houses, a school and a local pub – now there is a challenge! The township of West Melton must have achieved the highest growth rate in New Zealand between 2010 and 2013. Preston Downs utilised it rolling land formations and historic contours of the Waimakariri River to create sections. Each individual in its nature many of which enabled elevation and pristine views of the Southern Alps linked by copious reserves and public spaces only feasible due to the massive space.