North Shore Times : December 9th 2010
9 NORTH SHORE TIMES, DECEMBER 9, 2010 NEWS Best of Fresh for Less Normal trading hours Mon - Sun 7.30am - 6.30pm. All our fresh fruit and vegetables in store are clearly labelled for country of origin NST9/12 Greville Road, Albany Ph (09) 475 5271 174 Mokoia Road, Birkenhead Ph (09) 419 8006 Cnr Kitchener & Shakespeare Roads, Milford Ph (09) 489 8964 343 Albany Highway North Harbour Ph (09) 448 5569 Fresh Peas $1.99bag Fresh Lettuce $1.29ea Hothouse Tomatoes $1.99bag $4.99kg Truss Tomatoes $2.99kg Fresh Spinach Red Globe & Red Seedless Grapes White Button Mushrooms $6.99kg $5.99kg Extra Large Yellow & White Peaches California Hawkes Bay 400g 1kg $1.99bag *Entry with every purchase in store. See www.yoobee.com/iwant for more information Win one of four $2,500 gift cards!* All iWant for Christmas is at MagnumMac! don't miss out - enquire now Phone 09 424 6200 www.gulf-harbour.co.nz • Unlimited launch & retrievals from $7.26 per day • Special deals for the first 30 boats Boat Park Gulf Harbour photo example only courtesy of Pine Harbour No More Boat Ramp Headaches LAST 2 WEEKS OF OPENING SPECIALS Gulf Harbour Boat Park - Opens December 2010 Companies appeal resource consent By SARAH CODDINGTON The Environment Court has received two appeals against the Merge Devel- opment planned for Takapuna. A panel of independent hearing commissioners granted a resource con- sent application made by Takapuna Central last month. One of the companies to make an appeal is Takapuna Central. It is appealing against some of the con- ditions. Detention Holdings also made an appeal against some of the issues surrounding construction and the affects it will have on the company's near-by building. The company didn't want to comment on its appeal. The Merge is set to be developed on the former North Shore City council owned Gasometer site at the corner of Huron, Auburn and Northcroft streets. The 34 storey building will have apartments, shops, restaurants and space for about 1430 cars. Location Group managing director Mark Weipers says he plans to start building The Merge in September or October next year. Building consent is still to be granted. Cornerstone Group, which owns the Sentinel tower, is not worried about the resource consent approval. Director Rick Martin says in the cur- rent market the building development will not go ahead in the near future. The former Auckland Regional Council objected to resource consent going ahead, saying the excessive pro- vision of carparks would have a detri- mental effect on the uptake of public transport options''. The North Shore City Council said the proposed development would have limited minor adverse effects on the natural environment.
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