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Auckland’s 39,000 Homes Target ‘Hard to Believe’ – Tim Manning

May 20, 2013 - 7:01 am

Auckland has almost no chance of reaching a housing accord’s target of 39,000 new houses in the next three years, a property developer says.
The accord, announced on Friday by the government and the Auckland Council, allows for the fast -tracking of certain developments while the city waits for its unitary plan to take effect in [...]

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Tim Manning Views on Council Accused of Capital Gains Bid by Stealth

May 2, 2013 - 2:24 am

Auckland Council is eyeing taking another slice out of rising property values and may seek a change in the law to do so.
The council is calling the proposal “shared land value uplift” but its critics are blasting it as a thinly disguised capital gains tax.
And if Auckland proceeds with the plan, it could open the [...]

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Serepisos Swiss Hope Spams High-Profile Developer

March 24, 2011 - 1:32 pm

Terry Serepisos is still hopeful of getting his money from Western Gulf Advisory but a fellow New Zealand developer has stayed well away from the under-fire company’s offers.
Mr Serepisos, who is trying to stave off liquidation proceedings from the IRD, is relying on a promised US$100 million loan from Swiss-backed WGA.
NBR understands he has paid [...]

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Tim Manning keeps building on new village formula

October 1, 2010 - 12:31 pm

“PROPERTY DEVELOPER Tim Manning is something of a rarity among his peers in that: a) he hasn’t gone broke and b) he currently has a project on the go. Manning through his company Norwich Properties and prior to that Taradale Developments, has been one of the country’s most prolific residential property developers, having completed by [...]

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