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  1. #21
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    "and the requirements of clause 4.3.1.3.1.2.a and b are met"

    That's the kind of thing that puts me right off reading a document.

  2. #22
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    Well can someone with a higher reading age please translate the k#$%g thing for the rest of us?

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    Guys, guys, you sweet naive little cherubs. It's not supposed to be clear. You're not supposed to read it!

    You're just supposed to look at the introductory section (including warm fuzzy video) and go back to sleep.

    The truth is the plan means whatever the planners decide it means from time to time.
    Squadly dinky do!

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    Great stuff - we may have have just been handed a windfall with properties which are now subdivisible adding 100's of thousands to their value.

    Or maybe not.

    Meanwhile on other threads people are worrying about if their agent has a facebook site or not.

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    30 sqm for a studio (down from its current 35 sqm) why the need to reduce the size - they are small at 35 sqm - or is AKL aiming for a Hong Kong look?

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    Quote Originally Posted by donna View Post
    30 sqm for a studio (down from its current 35 sqm) why the need to reduce the size - they are small at 35 sqm - or is AKL aiming for a Hong Kong look?
    Designed well 30m2 is fine for a couple or single person who want a good location without the price. Good light, ventilation, good balcony maybe high ceilings. I don't think they should be less than this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RHarris View Post
    Designed well 30m2 is fine for a couple or single person who want a good location without the price.
    Ahh yes.

    30m2 rabbit hutch for living.
    Drunkenness, violence and vomit surrounding our 'entertainment' venues.
    Increasingly transport at a standstill.

    We have learnt so much from the experiences of other cities.
    Growth, growth, growth.....that is the only answer.

    We should be so proud of leaving such a liveable city for our grandkids to enjoy.

    One example from today's Herald.
    $244m viaduct fails to allow for walkers

    No place for pedestrians
    What was promised:
    An enhanced pedestrian experience, incorporating a volcanic-themed walkway from Gillies Ave to Broadway.
    What's there:
    An empty fenced-off embankment while pedestrians are kept waiting by a new car-parking building.
    www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=10872540
    Last edited by speights boy; 21-03-2013 at 08:29 AM.

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    30m2 isn't a bad minimum

    certainly more affordable than 50m2

    and more liveable than the 9m2 in 33mount st auckland
    have you defeated them?
    your demons

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    A room measuring not quite 5.5m square. Incorporating living, kitchen, bathroom & bed. Holy Christ on a bike, my walk in wardrobe is 1/2 that size. I can't even imagine living in that kind of 3rd world condition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eri View Post
    30m2 isn't a bad minimum
    certainly more affordable than 50m2
    and more liveable than the 9m2 in 33mount st auckland
    Until, due to unfettered demand they too become unaffordable.
    After all, it's all about growth growth growth.
    The surgery was a success, unfortunately the patient died on the operating table.


 

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