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December 2016 Newsletter
Updated Dec 6
‘Tis the season to be giving so this month we take a look at projects benefiting children’s charities. We also feature a story on the gifting of Chichester Cottage to the local residents’ society and outline how it will become an asset for the community from next year. The new year also promises other exciting changes at Hobsonville Point. We reveal plans for the Marlborough Precinct and The Landing, as well as the progress of the coastal walkway, Te Ara Manawa. And as you’d expect from a Christmas issue, we also feature something to tempt your taste buds, with stories on the development’s latest food offerings – an Indian restaurant and a home-baking business specializing in custom cakes.
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August 2016 Newsletter
Updated Aug 8
This month we dive into detail and explore a selection of stories from the growing community that is Hobsonville Point. We take a look at some of the projects that are keeping our school students busy, learn more about the various retail and recreational offerings available in the area, and hear from some residents who have turned their daily commute into a relaxing ride, thanks to the public bus. We also check in on the development’s progress, with updates on the Bernoulli Gardens project and the Airfields Precinct. And we learn about the development of the Catalina Precinct spine road, which, in a New Zealand first, will feature a water-themed play trail, bird houses and other features designed to encourage passers by to journey, gather, interact and rest.
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May 2016 Newsletter
Updated May 12
Hobsonville Land Company’s Sustainability Report for 2014/15 is complete and we have some pleasing results to share about Hobsonville Point. Check out the May newsletter to see how we are going with electricity and water use, biodiversity, car usage and more. We also take a closer look at other aspects of the development including how to fire up on fibre, what becomes of our construction and demolition waste and how one of the area’s grand old homes is getting a new lease on life. As ever, there is plenty to enjoy onsite too. Read on for details of the up and coming Runway Challenge, some exciting outdoor projects that are currently in the pipeline and the new shops that are open for business in the Brickworks buildings.
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February 2016 Newsletter
Updated Feb 4
2015 was a big year at Hobsonville Point, and 2016 promises to be another big year. This issue covers some of the milestones reached last year, and what this year will bring. Read about the oral history project and plans for the redevelopment of The Landing.
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September 2015 Newsletter
Updated Nov 16
Hobsonville Point is an area steeped in history and it is this rich heritage which will again be celebrated as part of the Auckland-wide Heritage Festival. September’s newsletter has details of the event, which will include a photographic exhibition and a talk from the ‘Hobsonville Old Boys’, residents of the airbase which once occupied the area.
Meanwhile, there have been some exciting additions to this growing community. We take a look at some of the businesses which have opened on the ground floor of the Brickwork Apartments, the new woof wash for pampering four-legged friends, and local sailing and cricket opportunities. We are also delighted to share the progress being made on Hobsonville Point’s two newest neighbourhoods, which will see hundreds of homes brought to market for people wanting to be part of this very special development.
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July 2015 Newsletter
Updated Jul 13
This month we take a look at developments happening across Hobsonville Point, including the new car sharing scheme Cityhop, the new Information Centre, a new public art installation and other improvements along the historic Buckley Avenue, and progress on key infrastructure works. And while the development continues at pace, we check in with students from the local primary and secondary schools who are busy preserving the past while also looking to the future.
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April 2015 Newsletter
Updated Apr 20
Next month brings with it the fifth Hobsonville Point Runway Challenge, so it’s time to get your team together and your running shoes on. The annual challenge raises money for worthy local causes from the entry fees of participants, who can complete a 3, 5 or 10km course with voluntary obstacles along the way. April’s newsletter has more information on the event and details of how to register.
We also take a look at how the sense of community is building at Hobsonville Point with numerous events, a shared celebration for the two schools and neighbours socializing together all taking place over Summer. Hobsonville Point has lots to enjoy together over the coming months too, with a new artwork installed, an early learning centre being built, more new homes released and the chance to meet the faces behind the legendary Farmers Market.
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October 2014 Newsletter
Updated Nov 14
In the six months that the Axis Series Small Home Test Lab was open to the public, thousands of people came to view them. Over 2,000 visitors gave feedback on the homes. October’s newsletter reports on the feedback, and you’ll be surprised by the results!
The newsletter also introduces the new homes coming to Hobsonville Point Road, including ‘walk-ups’, which are new to New Zealand but popular overseas. There’s a fantastic scholarship available to students aged 8-18 year olds, and read about upcoming events at Hobsonville Point.
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July 2014 Newsletter
Updated Jul 25
Hobsonville Point will have a brand new Early Learning Centre from around June/July 2015. This will be located on the grounds of the Hobsonville Point Primary School. They will have a temporary facility from the end of this year for over three year olds, so read on to find out more.
Concept Plans for the Coastal Linear Park were presented to residents last month, there is great excitement about this 4km walkway that will feature play, art, and reference the heritage of this special place.
If you are into art, knitting, planting, cycling or eating, there’s something in this newsletter for you!
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May 2014 Newsletter
Updated Jul 1
2014 is proving to be a busy year for Hobsonville Point. This newsletter highlights what has been happening so far, and what’s coming up. Find out about the Small Home Test Labs that are now open for viewing, there’s a new Potters Market that has started up next to the Farmers Market, and the annual Hobsonville Point Runway Challenge is open for registration, so don’t miss out! Still to come this year is the installation of a number of fantastic artworks, the restoration of the Sunderland Avenue homes, and further construction of the coastal linear park.
December 2013 Newsletter
Updated Jul 1
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.
October 2013 Newsletter
Updated Jul 1
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.
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