Tamahere Country Club residents Mike and Eileen Blake have been living in Tamahere’s newest retirement village (aka construction site) since before level 4 lockdown. Their first impressions ran earlier. Now Mike introduces another couple who have joined the residents’ group.Read more
Tamahere Country Club resident Mike Blake writes from across “the great divide” – the leap between work and retirement – about making the choice to move into Tamahere’s newest retirement village while it’s being built around him.Read more
Design work has progressed on an underpass of Airport Rd/SH21 as part of the Te Awa biking-walking path through Tamahere.
NZTA has released images that show it favours a skewed or angled crossing beneath Airport Rd.
The Transport Agency is seeking community feedback.Read more
Design work is underway for an underpass of Airport Rd/SH21 as part of the Te Awa biking-walking path through Tamahere.
The NZ Transport Agency is funding the underpass (pictured), proposed for near Wiremu Tamihana Drive, as part of its section of the Te Awa Cambridge to Hamilton shared path.Read more
Sanderson Group, which is developing a new retirement village in Tamahere, has sold the bulk of its villages to major operator Arvida for $180 million.
Group chairman Fraser Sanderson told the NZ Herald that his son, Nathan, 30, who was starting out on his own, would continue to develop the Tamahere Country Club.Read more
Sanderson Group, which plans a new retirement village in Tamahere, is set to take possession of the 10ha site from April 1.
Signs announcing the arrival of its Tamahere Country Club are already up on the block bounded by Airport Rd and Tamahere Drive.
Construction will start with water treatment and sewerage plants, a traffic bund along Airport Rd or SH21 and the first show homes.Read more
Tamahere is in line for its second retirement village with the Sanderson Group on the point of buying a 10ha block bounded by Airport Rd and Tamahere Drive.
The Tauranga headquartered company proposes to build 130 freestanding houses along with assisted living apartments, rest home, hospital and dementia care facility for around 290 people starting early next year.
Brendon Russo, Sanderson’s assistant general manager, said the company, which this month briefed the Tamahere Community Committee on its plans, was currently applying for resource consents and doing other due diligence before finalising the land purchase.Read more