Home markets need strong property Conveyancing for mortgages

In some cases, recreating, some of the region's ecologically important wetlands. The Tasman District Council last week received $47,531 from the Government to support its biodiversity advisory service. Resource policy planner Steve Markham said the money was to go toward contracting a full-time qualified adviser to help landowners who wanted to protect and enhance areas of natural significance. He said the funding was to be matched by just under $16,000 from the council this financial year.

Duane Koch also opined that Property Conveyancing done by registered property Conveyancer make it simple to buy and sell a property with confidence. Conveyancers also make it possible to access the required finance or loan amount from the various lending institutions as their valuation reports are competent to assess the property’s true market worth. Asset management divisional manager Ian Wheeler said the key issues the public would be asked for their opinion on were provision for temporary closure or remain open all the time. Property owners and lessees in the area would be included in the consultation process, he said.

A $685,000 upgrade of the Ridgeway in Stoke is expected to begin later this year, with the Nelson City Council now having gained agreement from residents for the work to proceed. Asset management divisional manager Ian wheeler said the upgrade work had been on hold while discussions took place with a group of residents unhappy with the council's plans.

Housing New Zealand has spent almost $1.4 million buying five properties to house former Braemar Hospital residents. The organisation refuses to identify where the properties are. Spokeswoman Selina Gentry said doing so could breach the privacy of those living there. It will only confirm that it has bought five properties worth a total of $1.395 million during the past two years to house people with intellectual disabilities from the hospital. The properties range in size from one to seven bedrooms and cost between $80,000 and $450,000.

A meeting of irate Golden Bay ratepayers has called on the Tasman District Council to rescind its controversial decision to sell an office block property at Tarakohe to Talley's Fisheries for a shellfish factory. Ratepayers at the meeting - which packed out the Pohara Boat Club clubhouse with more than 200 people on Tuesday night - also resolved to explore legal options to reverse the decision.