Hobsonville Point


December 12th, 2013

December 2013

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The last issue for 2013 has exciting news about the Hobsonville Point Farmers Market moving to the Landing next year. Alongside the market, there will be plenty of family-friendly outdoor events taking place. Find out what a recent survey of our residents has to say about life at Hobsonville Point, and you'll read about plans for the retirement village. A new fund has been launched to help the Hobsonville Point Community to development and carry out an activity, event or community service, find out how you can access this.

September 29th, 2013

October 2013

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In Hobsonville Point's October newsletter there is news about plans for an Early Childhood Education centre coming to the Hobsonville Point Primary School, and be in with a chance to win a $200 Rebel Sport voucher as we launch our 'Nextbike' rental bikes!

We also welcome you to visit two new showhomes. One is Tasman Cook's sales suite for the 'Brickworks' apartments, and the other is Classic Builders, both will be open seven days a week.

We congratulate the Hobsonville Point Farmers Market stallholders that were winners at the Annual National Farmers Markets Awards.

July 23rd, 2013

July 2013

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This month we got on our new rental bikes, planted out another stretch of the future coastal walkway with the kids from Hobsonville Point Primary School, and unexpectedly discovered some other welcome inhabitants of Hobsonville Point. There's also news of the latest phase in the development on Sunderland Avenue, Hobsonville Point's key role in the Auckland Heritage Festival 2013, and the plans for a park and marae on the historic Bomb Point.

May 21st, 2013

May 2013

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In this months newsletter we share the exciting news about plans for apartments and a retirement village at Hobsonville Point. There's a number of events to look forward to in the coming months - the Hobsonville Point Runway Challenge on Sunday 26 May, and our very first Matariki Festival on 12 July which we are hoping to make an annual community event, so please do support it. We are about to embark on a busy planting season, so if you want to join in, we tell you how. There's also great news of electricity consumption at Hobsonville Point being well below Auckland's average use.

February 27th, 2013

March 2013

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Summer may be drawing to a close, but that does not mean hibernation at Hobsonville Point. Read about the range of activities taking place over the coming months, from the annual Hobsonville Point Runway Challenge fun run/walk, to the upcoming Farmers Market Apple Festival, Easter egg hunt, art classes, and much more. Construction work is not slowing down either with the secondary school well underway. And there's coffee at the Landing! Grab one on your way to catch the ferry to the city.

October 26th, 2012

October 2012

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This newsletter brings you the exciting news of the Hobsonville Point Farmers Market now opening on Saturdays as well as Sundays, it's great to have more flexibility at the weekend! Read about another of our builder partners winning a gold medal, and get a sneak preview of Virginia King's stunning 'Hinaki' sculpture. There are updates on the ferry wharf construction, house construction, and much more.

August 24th, 2012

August 2012

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This month's newsletter gives an update on the construction of both schools, and announces who the ferry wharf construction contract has been awarded to. Find out about the newest showhome to open, built by Jennian, and read about the stunning artwork in Bunker One at Bomb Point/Onekiritea. Hobsonville Point picked up another award, this time an environmental award for the work on the chenier ridge. Read more about HEB Construction's work on this.

June 14th, 2012

June 2012

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This newsletter gives updates on construction work around Hobsonville Point, including the schools. In the past two months, the GJ Gardner showhome and Yachting Developments based here at Hobsonville Point, have won international awards, congratulations to them! Find out who the new stallholders are at the Farmers Market, and what the new homes at Hobsonville Point are doing with the Winter rainfall.

April 23rd, 2012

April 2012

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Our April newsletter reports good progress on the Hobsonville Point schools and the new ferry wharf, and there are more events to look forward to. We also invite you to explore our magnificent site in more detail with the help of our new Reconnaissance Patrol map and would love it if you voted for our farmers market as your favourite!

August 3rd, 2011

August 2011

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Our August newsletter is now available. This issue features the show homes that are open now, and those opening soon. There are highlights from recent activities held at Hobsonville Point, the Auckland Orienteering Club's Orienteering Day, The Air Force Challenge, and the Bootleggers Ball. The popular Farmers Market has details of its mid week opening hours and upcoming Spring Festival. And there are details of Hobsonville Point's involvement in this year's Auckland Heritage Festival.

June 8th, 2011

June 2011

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Our June Newsletter is now availabe and features stories on an art installation for Hobsonville Point involving the Hobsonville North Kindergarten, an update on house construction activity, the successful Hobsonville Point Runway Challange and Murrays Bay Intermediate Triathlon, and more.

March 7th, 2011

March 2011

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The March features articles about the Hobsonville Point Farmers Market, construction activity, the Scruffs Dog Show this Sunday, the Hobsonville Point Runway Challenge in May and much more.

December 1st, 2010

December 2010

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Our December newsletter reports on progress in house construction in the first precinct and provides an update on upcoming activities and events at Hobsonville Point. There are a number of exciting opportunities for you to explore our magnificent site, including the Hobsonville Hustle – a 5km fun run/walk on Wednesday the 8th December.

October 19th, 2010

October 2010

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This newsletter features:
A selection of the first homes available at Hobsonville Point.
Detailed descriptions of the two major art works in Hobsonville Point Park: Tiwatawata by John Reynolds and the seed pod play sculptures designed by Isthmus Group and Cicada Workshop.
An update by Rachael and Wayne from the Catalina Cafe.
An invitation to share your stories relating to Hobsonville.

August 4th, 2010

August 2010

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Our August newsletter marks the completion of civil works for the first stage at Hobsonville Point and touches on the many activities we now have underway to get the site ready for you to come and explore. A fantastic cafe and our Hobsonville Project Information Centre will open shortly and we have been busy building pathways and tidying the site.

May 18th, 2010

May 2010

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Our May newsletter provides an update on development activity here at Hobsonville Point. With civil work nearing completion there is lots of news including a prestigious award for two key design documents, the opening of the Hobsonville Plant Network and the construction of our first park.

October 1st, 2009

October 2009

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Ceremony marks the commencement of earthworks, Vector to supply ultra-fast broadband, the first planting and the oral history project.