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    Assuming that the site is a residential zoned...

    Assuming that the site is a residential zoned site - And you are okay with the density provisions? and requirements for private open space?
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    Hi, Section 12 of the Maori Housing Amendment...

    Hi,

    Section 12 of the Maori Housing Amendment Act 1938 No 17, Public Act states:

    12 Issue of certificate of title to purchaser



    (1) On payment of the full amount of the purchase money...
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    Hi Why don't you have boarders live in your...

    Hi

    Why don't you have boarders live in your house the whole year? you could ask boarders to pay a deposit (effectively to work like a bond) to take care of any issues of damage or missed boarder...
  4. Generally, when building or upgrading a fence on...

    Generally, when building or upgrading a fence on the boundary both neighbours split the bill but if the neighbour does not agree to do this, then there are steps set out in the Fencing Act 1978. ie...
  5. I'm not sure where you are in South Auckland, but...

    I'm not sure where you are in South Auckland, but sometimes Phoenix palm trees are exempt from tree protection rules - so you might not need to worry about getting consent.

    We have used Treescape...
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    There are usually requirements within district...

    There are usually requirements within district plans for driveways to meet certain gradients. Of course - the developer at the time could have applied for consent to get around this - but you would...
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    The resource consent fee for a deck will be the...

    The resource consent fee for a deck will be the same for any residential application - so no, it does not vary according to the height or length of the deck proposed. The required deposit is $870...
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    could be the difference between building consent...

    could be the difference between building consent and resource consent requirements - the Auckland city district plan still states that 'buildings' include decks over 1 metre - so if you are proposing...
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    unexpected costs (those that aren't processing...

    unexpected costs (those that aren't processing fees for the consent, compliance with conditions (ie services to the site), development contributions and surveyor fees) could relate to further expert...
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    we had this situation a couple of years ago that...

    we had this situation a couple of years ago that a tree in our front yard was becoming quite tangled in the power lines. we called our power company (vector) and they organised contractors to come...
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    Hi I had a quick skim through the district plan...

    Hi
    I had a quick skim through the district plan and bylaws and could not see anything that seemed obvious that they would not be complying with. Perhaps if the 'camping ground/accommodation'...
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    Hi It seems such a shame to have to move on...

    Hi
    It seems such a shame to have to move on from your dream home.

    Have you checked out the relevant district plan and bylaws that apply in your area? While camping itself might be okay there...
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    i think you should keep a good tenant - so a fair...

    i think you should keep a good tenant - so a fair rent increase like $10 a year sounds reasonable
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    Signage is controlled in the former Auckland City...

    Signage is controlled in the former Auckland City Council area by the Bylaws. Signs are controlled by the Signs Bylaw (Part 27) and Billboard Bylaws (Part 27 B).

    The difference between signs and...
  15. Hi Just a wee note that you when you are talking...

    Hi
    Just a wee note that you when you are talking to council you are usually talking to someone from the building team or someone from the planning team. Most councils separate these functions - so...
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    Depending on the area/zone of the property - the...

    Depending on the area/zone of the property - the landowner may have also needed a resource consent to establish a boarding house/hostel...
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    Hi Yes real estate signs can be placed on...

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    Yes real estate signs can be placed on council land - but usually only when directly outside of the property that is listed for sale. The agent could have requested permission from council to...
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