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Subdividing Land NZ

Subdivision continues to be an excellent investment option in New Zealand.
Subdividing could enable you to:

  • Create a home and income by utilising extra land that you aren’t using. Get your kids on the property ladder or fund your retirement.
  • Knock down your existing dwelling and develop multi units to sell or rent. Become a developer!
  • Sell your property with approved plans at a higher value. Developers are more interested in buying property with approved plans!

However, if you’re not an expert planner, subdividing your land can get really expensive really quickly. For example, engineering requirements and Council consents, will need to be addressed – all of which (and more) we can help you with.

To find out more about subdividing your property please get in touch with us today or download our subdivision guide.

Download our Subdivision Guide
(worth $59.95) for FREE here!

To help kick start your subdivision project we would like to offer you a free consultation meeting with one of our experienced Planners.

Subdivision and the Auckland Unitary Plan

The current Auckland Unitary Plan (AUP) rules have created more opportunities to subdivide your land.

For example, if you are in a mixed housing suburban or mixed housing urban zone with 1 to 2 houses on a full section, it’s possible that this could be developed into 4 to 6 houses.In a terrace housing and apartment zone this could be a lot more!

However the AUP can be difficult to navigate, so to ensure you are getting the most out of your development project, it’s a good idea to get advice from specialists from the very beginning. That’s where we come in!

Contact us today to speak to a member of our Planning team to help get your project started or download our Subdivision Guide below.

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Subdividing Land and
the Auckland Unitary Plan

In this guide we talk you through all you need to know about the Subdivision process and how it relates to the Auckland Unitary Plan.

Please fill out your details to download the guide.