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Supporting<br />

1 – 3 July<br />

<strong>2022</strong><br />

Locals<br />

THURSDAY, MARCH <strong>17</strong>, <strong>2022</strong><br />

www.starnews.co.nz<br />

Christchurch Arena<br />

Buyers race to snap up<br />

beachside apartments<br />

• By Anne Gibson<br />

THE DEMAND for planned<br />

apartments in New Brighton,<br />

even though none has a carpark<br />

or garage, has taken developers<br />

by surprise.<br />

The allure of the as-yet-unbuilt<br />

block of 37 units at 180-183<br />

Marine Pde and 19 Keppel St was<br />

so strong that 344 offers were<br />

made within a day of their going<br />

on sale.<br />

All 37 units were pre-sold in<br />

contracts struck last week.<br />

Matthew<br />

Horncastle,<br />

managing<br />

director and<br />

co-founder<br />

of Williams<br />

Corporation,<br />

said buyer<br />

Matthew<br />

Horncastle<br />

appetite was<br />

so strong<br />

when presales<br />

opened<br />

that day many buyers had to be<br />

turned away.<br />

“Within 24 hours of releasing<br />

these 37 townhouses, we received<br />

a total of 344 conditional contracts<br />

and 231 unconditional<br />

contracts, all from 81 buyers.<br />

This makes this our most successful<br />

development release to<br />

date,” Horncastle said.<br />

One-bedroom units started<br />

at $449,000 and two bedrooms<br />

from $629,000. All up, 29 units<br />

BEFORE AND AFTER: The location (right) and how the<br />

finished homes could look.<br />

PHOTOS: NZ HERALD<br />

are one-bedroom and only eight<br />

are two-bedroom.<br />

Eight buildings are planned.<br />

Those facing the street are threelevel.<br />

Some units are just 55sq m<br />

but others are a little over 90sq m.<br />

Communal outdoor space is<br />

planned for a central area of the<br />

intense housing project.<br />

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Thursday <strong>March</strong> <strong>17</strong> <strong>2022</strong> 3<br />

Leaking water tops complaints<br />

• By Fiona Ellis<br />

COMPLAINTS OF leaking<br />

water supplies leapt by more than<br />

54 per cent in the most recent<br />

report of issues impacting the<br />

Fendalton-Waimairi-Harewood<br />

Community Board area.<br />

A ticket report for the board’s<br />

meeting this week has revealed<br />

a breakdown of issues that<br />

residents contacted the city<br />

council about between January 1<br />

and January 31.<br />

The report shows leaking water<br />

supplies to be the most common<br />

complaint, with 307 tickets – or<br />

jobs – undertaken for this.<br />

Water leaks were also the<br />

top complaint in December,<br />

although a comparatively smaller<br />

199 tickets were issued.<br />

The second and third most<br />

widespread issues in the most<br />

recent report were uncollected<br />

bins and damaged bins,<br />

with 204 and 169 tickets<br />

respectively.<br />

These were also the second<br />

and third most common issues<br />

in December, although instances<br />

were fewer, with <strong>17</strong>7 uncollected<br />

bins and 122 damaged bins<br />

reported.<br />

A total of 1398 tickets were<br />

completed in January.<br />

However, at the conclusion of<br />

the report, 615 tickets were still<br />

open, or not completed.<br />

Incidents fell in a range of<br />

categories, including transport,<br />

ON THE RISE: Already a top issue in the Fendalton-Waimairi-Harewood Community Board<br />

area, reports of leaking water supplies have increased.​<br />

property information, three<br />

waters council assets, and<br />

parks.<br />

Phone, email and walk-in<br />

were the most common ways to<br />

contact the council, with 1087<br />

people using these methods.<br />

The city council website was<br />

used by 540 people to report<br />

their issues, while 386 did so<br />

using Snap Send Solve.<br />

Number of tickets (issues)<br />

reported in the Fendalton-<br />

Waimairi-Harewood<br />

Community Board area<br />

between January 1 and<br />

January 31:<br />

1. Leak (water supply): 307<br />

2. Bin not collected: 204<br />

3. Damaged bin: 169<br />

4. Litter (road): 86<br />

5. Residential property files: 82<br />

6. Residential LIM: 75<br />

7. Road asset (e.g. footpath,<br />

road, furniture): 71<br />

8. Tree (road): 71<br />

9. Graffiti: 65<br />

10. Enhanced Service: 58<br />

In Brief<br />

GARDEN AWARDS MAY BE<br />

HAND-DELIVERED<br />

The Fendalton-Waimairi<br />

Harewood Community Board<br />

is considering how it will<br />

deliver Garden Pride Awards<br />

under the Covid-19 protection<br />

framework. At a meeting on<br />

Monday, the board was advised<br />

most community boards in the<br />

city have decided to post out the<br />

certificates, as a ceremony would<br />

likely exceed gathering limits.<br />

Instead, the possibility of trophies<br />

to be hand-delivered by board<br />

members will be looked into.<br />

DUDLEY CREEK<br />

WATERWAY UPGRADE<br />

The city council is warning<br />

of increased noise, dust and<br />

vibrations as it undertakes work<br />

along Scotston Ave to upgrade<br />

a section of the Dudley Creek<br />

waterway lining. Work by<br />

contractor City Care Ltd began<br />

last week and will continue until<br />

late May.<br />

NO STOPPING EXTENDED<br />

OUTSIDE RETIREMENT<br />

COMMUNITY<br />

No-stopping restrictions are<br />

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Thursday <strong>March</strong> <strong>17</strong> <strong>2022</strong> 5<br />

Huge demand for property<br />

• From page 1<br />

“We love the demand for<br />

our homes and we can’t wait<br />

to continue to provide new<br />

and affordable housing. Keep<br />

your eyes peeled for more<br />

developments like this coming<br />

soon,” Horncastle told buyers<br />

who missed out this week.<br />

So how did Williams decide<br />

who could buy and who couldn’t?<br />

Horncastle said it was a ranking<br />

system: Company directors got<br />

first priority, then staff.<br />

“Directors and staff purchased<br />

around five,” he said.<br />

Repeat buyers making unconditional<br />

offers were ranked<br />

third, he said, followed by<br />

repeat buyers with conditional<br />

contracts.<br />

They might need to get finance<br />

approved or even sell another<br />

property to buy.<br />

Then came conditional buyers<br />

who had not bought from Williams<br />

before.<br />

Conditional new buyers were<br />

ranked by those who sought to<br />

do due diligence and those who<br />

didn’t need to.<br />

Williams pitched the small<br />

units to landlords and firsthome<br />

buyers, saying its project<br />

was within walking distance<br />

of the relatively new He Puna<br />

Taimoana hot pools and many<br />

other amenities.<br />

Fisher & Paykel ovens, hobs<br />

and dishwashers are offered with<br />

Haier fridge/freezers and LG<br />

LOCATION: The terraced homes planned for 180 Marine Pde.<br />

PHOTO: WILLIAMS CORPORATION<br />

microwaves.<br />

Landlords were one target of<br />

the sales campaign.<br />

A Harcourts rent appraisal<br />

on the apartments assesses<br />

one-bedroom unfurnished units<br />

could be rented for up to $465/<br />

week and two bedrooms for up<br />

to $540/week.<br />

Williams says it strips soil<br />

down on its sites and replaces<br />

that with compacted gravel.<br />

An engineered concrete slab is<br />

poured on top of that containing<br />

steel and polystyrene pods for<br />

strength.<br />

Laminated veneer lumber<br />

frames are erected, insulation is<br />

Fletcher’s Pink Batts fibreglass<br />

and walls have solid air barriers<br />

as stipulated by the building<br />

code.<br />

Williams is New Zealand’s<br />

busiest privately owned nonfranchised<br />

builder.<br />

The company was named by<br />

BCI Central as second only to<br />

the franchised national housebuilder<br />

G.J. Gardner.<br />

Williams built 761 homes in<br />

the year to October 2021 for<br />

$107 million, selling houses for<br />

what might seem like an unbelievably<br />

low average $141,164.<br />

That low price doesn’t include<br />

the land.<br />

In 2019, Williams Corporation<br />

Capital was founded and now<br />

has $145m funds of which<br />

around $130m is drawn.<br />

Qualifying wholesale investors<br />

are drawn to a 10 per cent<br />

guaranteed return.<br />

Williams is soon planning<br />

to launch a property-owning<br />

syndicate and raise millions<br />

more from investors.<br />

–NZ Herald<br />

Covid-19<br />

impacts<br />

kerbside<br />

collection<br />

• By Fiona Ellis<br />

KERBSIDE BIN collection is<br />

already an issue in the Nor’West<br />

<strong>News</strong> area, but the city council is<br />

warning this may get worse.<br />

City council<br />

resource recovery<br />

manager Ross Trotter<br />

said the service<br />

is being affected<br />

by staff shortages<br />

caused by rising<br />

Covid-19 case<br />

numbers.<br />

Ross<br />

Trotter<br />

“Staff shortages are starting to<br />

impact on services such as bin<br />

swaps and repairs,’’ Trotter said.<br />

Damaged and uncollected bins<br />

are consistently among the top<br />

issues people contact the city<br />

council about, as shown in ticket<br />

reports for both the Papanui-<br />

Innes and Fendalton-Waimairi-<br />

Harewood community boards.<br />

“If your bin is not full and you<br />

can hold off until the next collection<br />

cycle without having to<br />

overload it, please don’t put your<br />

bin out,” Trotter said.<br />

Collection hours could be<br />

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Landing<br />

opens<br />

up river<br />

A CEREMONY and community<br />

picnic was held to mark the<br />

official opening of a new riverside<br />

landing on Saturday.<br />

Dallington Landing next to<br />

Gayhurst Rd features two shelters,<br />

public toilets, a koru-shaped<br />

pathway, picnic tables, and<br />

access to the Avon River. Some<br />

vegetation planting at the landing<br />

will be finished in April-May.<br />

City council<br />

head of parks<br />

Andrew<br />

Rutledge said the<br />

completion of<br />

the project in the<br />

regeneration area<br />

will draw more<br />

Andrew<br />

Rutledge<br />

visitors to the area<br />

and encourage<br />

people to explore<br />

the 602ha Ōtākaro Avon River<br />

Corridor.<br />

“Geographically, the Dallington<br />

Landing is situated near the<br />

centre of the corridor, and<br />

we envisage it becoming an<br />

important feature of the City to<br />

Sea Pathway that will run from<br />

Barbadoes St to New Brighton,”<br />

he said.<br />

The landing is the second<br />

project funded by the<br />

Christchurch Earthquake<br />

Appeal Trust to be completed<br />

this month.<br />

Kindness inspires volunteer<br />

THE SUPPORT he received<br />

when he unexpectedly became<br />

homeless after the September<br />

4, 2010, earthquake sparked<br />

Manish Pandey’s interest in<br />

volunteering.<br />

Pandey, who recently<br />

moved to Northcote, received<br />

a community service award<br />

from the city council last<br />

year following a decade of<br />

volunteering in the Riccarton<br />

area.<br />

Now 34, Pandey moved to<br />

New Zealand from India in<br />

2008 as a student to pursue<br />

a career in information and<br />

communication technologies.<br />

“Way back in 2010, the house I<br />

was renting was badly damaged<br />

in the earthquakes, leaving<br />

me and my friends suddenly<br />

homeless,” Pandey said.<br />

“When a good Samaritan – a<br />

complete stranger – invited us<br />

to stay at their home for almost<br />

a week without accepting<br />

anything in return for their<br />

generosity, I decided it was<br />

time for me to give back to my<br />

community.”<br />

Being recognised with<br />

the award for his volunteer<br />

work came completely out of<br />

the blue for Pandey. But this<br />

year, he is helping promote<br />

the awards, which opened for<br />

nominations on Friday.<br />

Pandey wears many different<br />

hats in the community, but<br />

never expected anything in<br />

return for his work.<br />

SERVE: Manish Pandey says it is satisfying to help people in the community.<br />

PHOTO: NEWSLINE<br />

He joined the Riccarton<br />

Community Patrol in November<br />

2011 and the Christchurch<br />

Multicultural Council in<br />

January 2012.<br />

He never looked back and<br />

is now a justice of the peace,<br />

White Ribbon ambassador,<br />

multilingual facilitator<br />

for the Ministry of Ethnic<br />

Communities and national coordinator<br />

for Bihar Jharkhand<br />

Sabha Australia and New<br />

Zealand, which endeavours to<br />

raise money to help people in<br />

Bihar, India.<br />

Helping the community is<br />

satisfying, he said. “My father<br />

always said the essence of life is<br />

to do good for communities and<br />

serve others, so I think serving<br />

the community is in my blood.<br />

“At the end of the day, I<br />

want to see my kids growing<br />

up in a society where we value<br />

humanity and help each other<br />

without any expectation of a<br />

return.<br />

Thursday <strong>March</strong> <strong>17</strong> <strong>2022</strong><br />

“I have realised that<br />

often when individuals are<br />

overwhelmed in the face of<br />

life’s big challenges, it is the<br />

community that comes to the<br />

rescue in a spirit of resilience<br />

and compassion.”<br />

•Nominate someone<br />

for a community service<br />

award before April 14 at<br />

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RESCUE


Thursday <strong>March</strong> <strong>17</strong> <strong>2022</strong> 7<br />

RAY WHITE BISHOPDALE & STROWAN<br />

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TOTAL SALES VALUE<br />

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145<br />

(-30%)<br />

Compared to 208<br />

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(-18%)<br />

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in February 2021*<br />

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28<br />

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Chart Title<br />

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Passed in<br />

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SUCCESS RATE<br />

sold passed in<br />

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8<br />

HOME & HEATING<br />

Thursday <strong>March</strong> <strong>17</strong> <strong>2022</strong><br />

Keep cosy with<br />

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gets national recognition<br />

THE HOUSE and garden<br />

that once belonged to<br />

celebrated Christchurch<br />

artist Bill Sutton have been<br />

nationally recognised for<br />

their heritage value.<br />

Heritage New Zealand<br />

Pouhere Taonga has listed<br />

Bill Sutton House and<br />

Garden, at 20 Templar St,<br />

Richmond, as a Category<br />

1 property on the New<br />

Zealand Heritage List.<br />

It is the first listed artist’s<br />

home in Christchurch.<br />

Sutton, who was<br />

renowned for his large abstract<br />

landscapes, lived in<br />

the house from 1963 until<br />

he died in 2000.<br />

The house was designed<br />

by his friend and colleague<br />

at the Canterbury College<br />

School of Art, Tom Taylor,<br />

who also designed houses<br />

for author Margaret Mahy<br />

and artist Doris Lusk.<br />

After Sutton’s death in<br />

2000, the property was sold<br />

to former Christchurch<br />

Art Gallery curator Neil<br />

Roberts.<br />

Roberts lobbied to have<br />

the city council place a<br />

protective conservation<br />

covenant on the property,<br />

which he intended to<br />

eventually gift to the<br />

city.<br />

However, after the<br />

earthquakes the property<br />

was red-zoned because of<br />

the extent of the damage to<br />

the surrounding land.<br />

The council now owns<br />

the property but leases it to<br />

Sutton Heritage House and<br />

Garden Charitable Trust,<br />

which runs it as an artistin-residence<br />

facility and<br />

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Thursday <strong>March</strong> <strong>17</strong> <strong>2022</strong> 9<br />

HOME & HEATING<br />

Get the balance<br />

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In summer, it’s easy to open windows<br />

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Thursday <strong>March</strong> <strong>17</strong> <strong>2022</strong><br />

CHRISTCHURCH<br />

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FUNERAL SERVICES<br />

SUDOKU<br />

Every row, column and box should<br />

contain the digits 1 to 9.<br />

WORDBUILDER<br />

WordBuilder<br />

135<br />

6<br />

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CROSSWORD<br />

1 2 3 4 5 6<br />

7 8 9<br />

235<br />

many words of three or more letters,<br />

How including many plurals, words can you of make three from or the more six<br />

letters, using including each letter plurals, only once? can No you foreign<br />

words or words beginning with a capital are<br />

make<br />

allowed.<br />

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using<br />

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each only once? TODAY<br />

No Good words <strong>17</strong> beginning Very Good 21 with Excellent a capital 26<br />

Solution 134: air, are, ave, aver, awe, ear, ire, rave,<br />

are allowed. There’s at least one<br />

raw, rev, rive, via, vie, view, waive, WAIVER, war,<br />

ware, wave, waver, WAVIER, wear, weir, wire.<br />

six-letter word.<br />

Good <strong>17</strong> Very Good 21 Excellent 26<br />

10 11<br />

12 13 14<br />

DECO<br />

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15 16 <strong>17</strong><br />

19 20 21 22<br />

23 24<br />

18<br />

25 26<br />

SOLUTION<br />

No.135<br />

14 15 16 <strong>17</strong> 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26<br />

Z A B N D C X Q S V T J K<br />

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13<br />

E R P L M W G H O Y F U I<br />

Decoder<br />

Across<br />

7. Many (8)<br />

9. Lacking principles (6)<br />

10. Deflating sound (4)<br />

11. Lobster or shrimp, e.g.<br />

(10)<br />

12. Natural hot spring (6)<br />

14. Cadge (8)<br />

15. Accentuate (6)<br />

16. Interweave (6)<br />

19. Objects (8)<br />

21. Set alight (6)<br />

23. Base (10)<br />

24. Matured (4)<br />

25. Idle (6)<br />

26. Propensity (8)<br />

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z<br />

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13<br />

E L A<br />

14 15 16 <strong>17</strong> 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26<br />

4 4 22 18 22 21<br />

10 4 14 26 19 22 16 26 8 5 15 6<br />

26 11 26 4 5 12 26<br />

Down<br />

1. Pointless (6)<br />

2. Shambles (4)<br />

3. Worries (8)<br />

4. Repartee (6)<br />

5. Ending (10)<br />

6. Lecture at length (8)<br />

8. Flatten (6)<br />

13. Examine closely (10)<br />

15. Encircle (8)<br />

<strong>17</strong>. Touching (8)<br />

18. Help (6)<br />

20. Mild alcoholic drink (6)<br />

22. Ditch (6)<br />

24. Clearing the throat (4)<br />

2 12 13 4 7 5 4 6 19 15 7 25<br />

18 12 12 12 12 14 25<br />

All puzzles copyright<br />

9 11 25 21 4 8 2 15 4<br />

8 25 24 4 5 5 1<br />

14 11 6 4 19 14 15 6 25<br />

T H E P U Z Z L E C O M P A N Y<br />

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4 11 25 21 4 6 23<br />

3 6 15 1 26 6 21 20 15 11 8 4<br />

DECODER<br />

Each number in our DECODER grid represents a different<br />

letter - there is a number for all 26 letters of the alphabet.<br />

Each Enter number the given represents letters into a different all squares letter with of the matching alphabet. numbers. Write the<br />

given The challenge letters into now all squares is to work with out matching which letters numbers. are Now represented work out<br />

which<br />

by the<br />

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reference<br />

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grid. Decoder<br />

of the<br />

uses all 26 letters of the alphabet.<br />

letters you have found, cross them off the alphabet provided.<br />

15 22 3 8 15 4 24 19 4 1 15 2<br />

<strong>17</strong> 12 9 4 20 15<br />

26 13 2 26 12 <strong>17</strong> 24 9 6 15 2 18<br />

4 13 15 7 13 5 13<br />

1 20 24 13 <strong>17</strong> 7 12 13 22 8 19<br />

15 14 11 12 22 21 25<br />

14 4 21 12 7 4 18 12 10 4 14 6<br />

15 24 1 24 1 15<br />

14 13 <strong>17</strong> <strong>17</strong> 13 15 26 1 <strong>17</strong> <strong>17</strong> 1 4<br />

K E N<br />

1 22 21 22 2 23<br />

A L E<br />

<strong>17</strong> 12 19 16 <strong>17</strong> 26<br />

Each number in our DECODER grid represents a different<br />

letter - there is a number for all 26 letters of the alphabet.<br />

Enter the given letters into all squares with matching numbers.<br />

The challenge now is to work out which letters are represented<br />

by the other numbers. As you get the letters, enter them into<br />

the main grid, and the reference grid. To keep track of the<br />

letters you have found, cross them off the alphabet provided.<br />

22 19 12 2 24 22 1 10 13 <strong>17</strong> 7<br />

24 25 15 2 18 22 2<br />

11 2 12 13 24 13 9 <strong>17</strong> 4 15 19 1<br />

12 <strong>17</strong> 1 16 7 1<br />

135<br />

4 13 26 1 18 1 15 22 24 1 2 <strong>17</strong><br />

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z<br />

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13<br />

E<br />

14 15 16 <strong>17</strong> 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26<br />

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136<br />

Crossword<br />

Across: 7. Numerous,<br />

9. Amoral, 10. Hiss, 11.<br />

Crustacean, 12. Geyser,<br />

14. Scrounge, 15. Stress,<br />

16. Splice, 19. Protests,<br />

21. Ignite, 23. Foundation,<br />

24. Aged, 25. Unused, 26.<br />

Tendency.<br />

Down: 1. Futile, 2. Mess,<br />

3. Concerns, 4. Banter, 5.<br />

Conclusion, 6. Harangue,<br />

8. Squash, 13. Scrutinise,<br />

15. Surround, <strong>17</strong>. Poignant,<br />

18. Assist, 20. Shandy, 22.<br />

Trench, 24. Ahem.<br />

WordBuilder<br />

add, addle, ale, awe,<br />

awed, awl, dad, dal, dale,<br />

DAWDLE, dead, deal, dew,<br />

eld, lad, lade, law, lea, lead,<br />

led, lewd, wad, WADDLE,<br />

wade, waded, wale, weal,<br />

wed, weld.<br />

Sudoku<br />

SOLUTION<br />

No.134<br />

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13<br />

P S Q Z H Y G J A U X O C<br />

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