Hi all I have some excess materials for sale
Timber decking merch about 190 meters or 19m2 been stored outside but off ground still reasonably strait. Mostly 3m lenghts
Offers around $150 for over $500 worth of decking…
Gib board excess from job 10mm gib board all 1200 wide good condition
Offers around $60
Plywood 12mm no treated non structural
1 full sheet and a couple offcuts as new and vey straight
Offers around $20
Kitchen bench abd sink in good tidy condition no water damage could do with clean as been in garage for a while. 1820 long 600 deep single bowl bench. Would be great for laundry or small kitchen.
Offers around $20
Msg or call me (vincent) on 021 270 0608 pickup close to ahuroa fire station
10 day old neutered male goat kid from dairy goat. Saanen, British Alpine cross. Feeds well on bottle, will make a great pet, does not have horns, very friendly. Not for tethering.
Phone Oriel 4225595
This coming Tuesday the 27th of September from 5pm to 7pm there will be a public meeting at the Puhoi Sports Club to provide residents with information about the very large subdivision proposed for our area. Staff from Beca (the consultancy who have developed the proposal on behalf of the owners API) will also engage in a Q+A session on any topics related to the subdivision.
Please come along to get yourselves informed and to find out how it will affect our area.
Asia Pacific International (API) are planning to develop a very large subdivision on old Carter Holt forestry land from Puhoi to the north and west, bounded by SH1, Ahuroa Road and stretching well beyond Moirs Hill Road.
The proposal is to create 207 housing lots over an area of 1,300 hectares (3,200 acres).
A resource consent application has recently been notified by Auckland Council so there is a window of opportunity for residents to make submissions in order to change, limit, improve or otherwise alter the proposal.
This information and Q+A session provides an opportunity for residents to be informed about the proposed development, and to help you decide whether you wish to make a submission on the resource consent. The closing date for submissions is 5pm, Monday 10th October, so it’s not far away.
This link takes you to the Council website where all the documentation for the resource consent is available http://www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/EN/ratesbuildingproperty/consents/getinvolved/Pages/currentpubliclynotifiedconsents.aspx
Following the public meeting, the Puhoi Community Forum will meet at its normal time of 7.30pm, and this proposal is on the agenda to discuss for those who wish to stay on and contribute.
For any questions regarding the Public Information meeting contact:
Andrew Cranna-Powell 0275-67-66-99 email@example.com
Issued ~10:30am Sat, 24th Sept
PERIOD OF HEAVY RAIN FOR AUCKLAND GREATBARRIER ISLAND AND THE CORROMANDEL PENINSULA. A complex low over the northern Tasman Sea is moving towards the top of the North Island. An associated trough should move south wards across the upper North Island today and tomorrow bringing wide spread rain with some heavy falls. This watch is for the possibility that rainfall amounts will approach warning criteria over the following areas: AUCKLAND and GREAT BARRIER ISLAND from this evening through to Sunday morning. The COROMANDEL PENINSULA during Sunday. This Watch will be reviewed by 9pm. Saturday.
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