Esk Place

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Planning and consenting work is underway for the construction of 109 new homes in Cannons Creek, with homes for the private market as well as state housing.

Kāinga Ora – Homes and Communities is proposing to build 67 new warm, dry state homes, with a mixture of one, two, three, four and five bedroom homes and the creation of 42 affordable or market homes.

This new development is within the boundaries of Castor Crescent and Calliope Crescent (which includes Esk Place, Hazard Grove, and Remus, Juno, Apollo and Ajax lanes). This will also involve redevelopment of Kāinga Ora’s existing land in this area and reconfiguration of some of the existing roading within the site.

In order to make way for the new homes, 55 of Kāinga Ora’s old state houses will need to be demolished. These homes, which are past their best and not well suited to the needs of families and modern living, will be replaced with new warm, dry energy efficient homes that are fully insulated, with double glazing, and will be built to a higher specification than is required under NZ building standards.

Kāinga Ora – Homes and Communities staff will be working to keep tenants, residents and communities informed about progress and to ensure that the impact of the building work will be managed.

What is the timeline?

All of the dates are approximate and subject to resource consent approval,
but the timeline for construction is below:
Plans decided from August 2020
Resource consent from September 2020
Building consent from November 2020
Demolition begins from October/November 2020
Construction begins from February 2021 

 Read the fact sheet

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