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3 comments:

  1. Joel George, 1. December 2016, 13:38

    Demolish all the risky buildings, relevel and properly compact the reclaimed land, and turn it into waterfront park, including a decent tourist park and associated facilities for caravans and camper vans. Building anything that is multi-storey on the reclaimed land appears fraught and unwise.

     
  2. Pauline, 2. December 2016, 7:44

    Well said Joel, the campervanners loved the Kumutoto site which was so accessible to the CBD, the Cable Car, Old St Pauls, the Botanical Garden, Oriental Bay etc not to forget Frank Kitts Park, Te Papa and Waitangi Park…..

     
  3. Rumpole, 3. December 2016, 10:54

    Kumutoto is the building site being developed by the City Council’s favourite developer for an office building. CentrePort should be wary of the council and take their advice with utmost caution.