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Construction of commercial buildings is declining while residential construction appears to be flattening out
4th Jun 21, 1:03pm
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Construction of commercial buildings is declining while residential construction appears to be flattening out
The boom in the construction sector is not confined to housing, non-residential construction activity has also increased to record levels over the year to March
7th May 21, 11:52am
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The boom in the construction sector is not confined to housing, non-residential construction activity has also increased to record levels over the year to March
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
The number of new dwelling consents issued in Auckland in September was up 52% compared to a year earlier
2nd Nov 20, 12:23pm
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The number of new dwelling consents issued in Auckland in September was up 52% compared to a year earlier
Building consents suggest the outlook for non-residential construction is not all doom and gloom
31st Jul 20, 11:35am
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Building consents suggest the outlook for non-residential construction is not all doom and gloom
The COVID-19 lockdown appears to have had a bigger impact on commercial building projects than residential construction
8th Jun 20, 11:58am
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The COVID-19 lockdown appears to have had a bigger impact on commercial building projects than residential construction
Building consents for commercial buildings dropped much more sharply in April than consents for new dwellings
2nd Jun 20, 12:07pm
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Building consents for commercial buildings dropped much more sharply in April than consents for new dwellings
Westpac report says residential construction activity likely to fall 20% next year, commercial construction to be down 15%
27th May 20, 10:59am
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Westpac report says residential construction activity likely to fall 20% next year, commercial construction to be down 15%
Government funding for 8000 new homes will not necessarily increase the total number of homes being built but it will likely change the mix by increasing the supply at the bottom of the market
14th May 20, 5:32pm
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Government funding for 8000 new homes will not necessarily increase the total number of homes being built but it will likely change the mix by increasing the supply at the bottom of the market
New housing starts the main driver of a record $6.56 billion of construction work in the December 2019 quarter
7th Mar 20, 9:46am
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New housing starts the main driver of a record $6.56 billion of construction work in the December 2019 quarter
Stats NZ reports that a 2.7% lift in monthly building consents for November saw the annual level of consents around the country hit over 37,000 for the first time since the 1970s
14th Jan 20, 11:23am
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Stats NZ reports that a 2.7% lift in monthly building consents for November saw the annual level of consents around the country hit over 37,000 for the first time since the 1970s
The value of new residential and non-residential building activity is continuing to rise strongly
5th Dec 19, 11:28am
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The value of new residential and non-residential building activity is continuing to rise strongly
New dwelling consents surge ahead in Auckland but remain sluggish in the Bay of Plenty while the Waikato plays catch up
29th Nov 19, 11:34am
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New dwelling consents surge ahead in Auckland but remain sluggish in the Bay of Plenty while the Waikato plays catch up
Fletcher Building looking at modular timber and steel construction methods to crack the apartment market
28th Nov 19, 10:10am
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Fletcher Building looking at modular timber and steel construction methods to crack the apartment market
New home completions in Auckland up 25% on a year ago
20th Nov 19, 8:50am
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New home completions in Auckland up 25% on a year ago
Decline in the amount of new retail, office, warehouse and factory space being consented in Auckland
7th Nov 19, 5:00am
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Decline in the amount of new retail, office, warehouse and factory space being consented in Auckland
The Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment requests evidence from Concrete Structure Investigations about claims of structurally defective buildings across the country
15th Oct 19, 4:52pm
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The Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment requests evidence from Concrete Structure Investigations about claims of structurally defective buildings across the country
Government seeks to address construction industry volatility with new Crown contracting guidelines
30th Sep 19, 12:33pm
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Government seeks to address construction industry volatility with new Crown contracting guidelines
Stanley Group and Tallwood Holdings in liquidation after under-pricing a Housing New Zealand project in Auckland, liquidator says
13th Sep 19, 12:10pm
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Stanley Group and Tallwood Holdings in liquidation after under-pricing a Housing New Zealand project in Auckland, liquidator says
The number of new dwellings being consented in Auckland has doubled over the last five years
30th Aug 19, 11:21am
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The number of new dwellings being consented in Auckland has doubled over the last five years
Industry group pushes for greater regulation of building product importers in planned changes to the Building Act 
18th Apr 19, 12:53pm
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Industry group pushes for greater regulation of building product importers in planned changes to the Building Act 
The construction industry's grumpiness may be the result of a forced shift in focus towards more affordable housing, says Greg Ninness
7th Apr 19, 6:02am
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The construction industry's grumpiness may be the result of a forced shift in focus towards more affordable housing, says Greg Ninness
Non-residential construction shows strong growth in Auckland despite recent high-profile failures 
8th Mar 19, 2:06pm
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Non-residential construction shows strong growth in Auckland despite recent high-profile failures 
Local government grappling with construction sector challenges
8th Mar 19, 9:43am
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Local government grappling with construction sector challenges
Mainzeal director Richard Yan planned to develop a hotel for Chinese Communist Party officials at a Waiheke Island vineyard, court judgment says
27th Feb 19, 2:52pm
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Mainzeal director Richard Yan planned to develop a hotel for Chinese Communist Party officials at a Waiheke Island vineyard, court judgment says