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Building Consents

$31.5 billion of new building work consented in the year to June
1st Aug 22, 12:16pm
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$31.5 billion of new building work consented in the year to June
Residential building work now worth $22.5 billion a year
1st Jul 22, 12:21pm
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Residential building work now worth $22.5 billion a year
Free building consent resource launched analysing residential and commercial consents by building type, size, location and value
18th Apr 22, 8:30am
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Free building consent resource launched analysing residential and commercial consents by building type, size, location and value
The total value of building work consented last year was $6 billion higher than pre-Covid
31st Mar 22, 11:31am
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The total value of building work consented last year was $6 billion higher than pre-Covid
Building consent numbers suggest residential construction still buoyant but commercial construction is taking a hit
2nd Mar 22, 12:08pm
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Building consent numbers suggest residential construction still buoyant but commercial construction is taking a hit
10th Feb 22, 10:40am
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New home completions in Auckland may top 2000 a month in 2023
Almost 48,000 new homes consented in the year to October, nearly 20,000 of them in Auckland
1st Dec 21, 12:19pm
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Almost 48,000 new homes consented in the year to October, nearly 20,000 of them in Auckland
Mike Blackburn reckons housebuilding will slow sharply as developers delay new projects and they struggle to complete current ones
25th Nov 21, 10:09am
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Mike Blackburn reckons housebuilding will slow sharply as developers delay new projects and they struggle to complete current ones
New homes are being consented at a record pace suggesting no slowdown in supply
3rd Nov 21, 12:51pm
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New homes are being consented at a record pace suggesting no slowdown in supply
2021 looks like the year that housing supply caught up with demand - in most places, Greg Ninness reports
31st Oct 21, 6:00am
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2021 looks like the year that housing supply caught up with demand - in most places, Greg Ninness reports
Mike Blackburn is watching a startling rise in section prices for new-builds in Christchurch and sees a complete disconnect between the current rate of land development and demand for new housing
25th Oct 21, 9:02am
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Mike Blackburn is watching a startling rise in section prices for new-builds in Christchurch and sees a complete disconnect between the current rate of land development and demand for new housing
New dwelling consents surge in August, particularly in Auckland and Canterbury
30th Sep 21, 11:36am
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New dwelling consents surge in August, particularly in Auckland and Canterbury
Almost $17 billion of new residential construction consented in year to July, up 22% on previous year
31st Aug 21, 11:40am
Almost $17 billion of new residential construction consented in year to July, up 22% on previous year
The residential construction industry is likely to remain at full capacity for some time particularly in Auckland
30th Jul 21, 11:38am
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The residential construction industry is likely to remain at full capacity for some time particularly in Auckland
Mike Blackburn says the rise and rise of residential building consents is likely to end soon as the home building industry struggles with capacity issues. And buyers may balk at the new cost realities
7th Jul 21, 2:31pm
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Mike Blackburn says the rise and rise of residential building consents is likely to end soon as the home building industry struggles with capacity issues. And buyers may balk at the new cost realities
More home units and townhouses are being consented but the number of apartments being consented has taken a dip
1st Jul 21, 11:55am
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More home units and townhouses are being consented but the number of apartments being consented has taken a dip
Multi unit developments in Christchurch City are rising strongly with individual unit sizes now averaging less than 80 m2
30th Jun 21, 2:14pm
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Multi unit developments in Christchurch City are rising strongly with individual unit sizes now averaging less than 80 m2
New houses cost less in Christchurch, but those costs are rising faster than in Auckland. On a per sq m basis, multi unit housing costs even more. Moving to the outskirts saves 10%
4th Jun 21, 8:42am
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New houses cost less in Christchurch, but those costs are rising faster than in Auckland. On a per sq m basis, multi unit housing costs even more. Moving to the outskirts saves 10%
Latest dwelling consent figures suggest the residential building boom is stronger in the North Island and Christchurch than in most of the rest of the South Island
1st Jun 21, 12:00pm
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Latest dwelling consent figures suggest the residential building boom is stronger in the North Island and Christchurch than in most of the rest of the South Island
Early data out of the Christchurch urban area shows strong residential building consent approvals in April, indicating rising activity in the year ahead - just as some key demographics start to change
25th May 21, 3:51pm
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Early data out of the Christchurch urban area shows strong residential building consent approvals in April, indicating rising activity in the year ahead - just as some key demographics start to change
Residential construction is booming with more than 40,000 new homes consented in year to March
6th May 21, 11:56am
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Residential construction is booming with more than 40,000 new homes consented in year to March
National proposes giving councils $50,000 to spend on infrastructure for every building consent issued above historic averages
14th Apr 21, 6:56am
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National proposes giving councils $50,000 to spend on infrastructure for every building consent issued above historic averages
Fewer apartments, stand alone houses and retirement village units were consented in February but more townhouses and home units
30th Mar 21, 11:39am
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Fewer apartments, stand alone houses and retirement village units were consented in February but more townhouses and home units
Massey's world-first, machine-learning GDP predictor "GDPLive" got an intense lesson on how to handle the unexpected in 2020. Christoph Schumacher looks at how it has handled the challenges
18th Mar 21, 1:49pm
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Massey's world-first, machine-learning GDP predictor "GDPLive" got an intense lesson on how to handle the unexpected in 2020. Christoph Schumacher looks at how it has handled the challenges
The number of new homes being consented continues to rise but commercial building work remains patchy
4th Mar 21, 8:00am
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The number of new homes being consented continues to rise but commercial building work remains patchy