Drastic changes to Auckland's planning laws have opened a wealth of opportunities for homeowners to become their own developers.
Ifyou own a house in Auckland, or you’re thinking of investing in one, there’s something you need to know about Auckland’s Unitary Plan (AUP). It’s going to change the landscape so much, the city will be almost unrecognizable.
And it could be money in the bank for homeowners. The purpose of the AUP is to create 400,000 new homes, while improving the quality and density of housing along arterial routes, towns, shopping centres, and transport hubs.
The plan provides land and homeowners opportunities to build a wide range of housing under the new Urban, Suburban, and Terrace Housing/Apartment zones. The main requirement to subdivide under these zones will be to show how proposed housing will comply with relevant development controls.
Resource consent will be required if you’re proposing to build three or more dwellings. For many land and homeowners can now sub-divide their property into more new sections than previously possible.
Three main groups of people will benefit under the new AUP:
How successful a project is will be defined by the zoning of the land available to develop, financial resources, expertise, and preference for risk-return.
We offer a full-service residential development programme, taking your property through the process of consent, subdivision, finance, construction and sales to achieve the maximum value for your development proposal. .
Site visit and introductory meetings leading to a preliminary scoping feasibility and bulk and location report.
To get started, contact Peter from our development team today. Feel free to call Peter or provide your details below and we will contact you.