Foodstuffs proposes moving Havelock North New World | NZH | HBT

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Foodstuffs proposes moving Havelock North New World as part of major CBD shake-up 

Turley & Co contributions …

“An agenda for Tuesday’s Hastings District Council Long Term Plan submissions meeting shows the council is considering purchasing part of the current New World Havelock North carpark.

The agenda states that “this opportunity has arisen with the proposed relocation of the New World supermarket to a new location in Havelock North”

Turley & Co property analyst Dayna Campbell said 32-34 Havelock Rd was owned by Foodstuffs and occupied by Tumu ITM.

2-6 Martin Pl – the old Nimons bus site and recycling station – was also owned by Foodstuffs.

Campbell said there was a Tumu ITM development proposed for 4-6 Martin Pl, but no consent currently in the Hastings District Council public property file.”

 

Turley & Co was a contributing commentator to the HBT print story (NZH Premium subscriber access):

NZH | HBT | 9 Jun 21 | Foodstuffs proposes moving Havelock North New World as part of major CBD shake-up

 

 

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