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  •   LocalNews   Southern View
    Housing boost for elderly
    By Max Towle - Monday, April 7th 2014:

    Elderly people will again be given high priority when eight new housing units open next year. The city council last week announced four one-bedroom and four two-bedroom flats will be built in Osborne St in Waltham. City councillor and Housing Committee chairman Glenn Livingstone said it was not yet finalised who would occupy the flats, but said elderly people would easily fit the bill. "With these units being one and two-bedroom, they will be aimed more at singles and couples," he said. "There is a growing demand from the ba... 

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    Plan to put brakes on Addington
    By Max Towle - Monday, March 31st 2014:

    A plan to curtail business growth in parts of south Christchurch has been described as "farcical" by a property developer. The city council has introduced new rules to its draft District Plan review that would freeze commercial business growth in Addington, specifically on thriving Lincoln Rd, in a year's time. The rules have been introduced with the aim of stimulating commercial growth in the central city. Property developer and Demographia International Housing Affordability Survey author Hugh Pavletich told Southern Vi... 

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