The growth in the suburban shopping centre market can effectively be traced back to the opening of the Sarit Centre in Westlands in 1983. The institute’s Nelson president Darryl Marshall said he could only explain the dwindling interest in the countryside as a winter trading phenomenon.
Richmond Unlimited says streets caping for the town is well overdue, and it is urging the Tasman District Council to get on with the job. The council’s plans for upgrading Queen and Croucher Sts were unveiled earlier this month. They involve closing the southern end of Croucher St to create a village square.
It is spending $150,000 this year fine-tuning the plans. Richmond Unlimited represents about 300 businesses in the central business district. Chairman Phil Taylor said he was pretty happy, generally with the plans, which addressed concerns about footpath widths, parking, and an area that could be used as a village square.
It would be a more practical and cheaper town centre than one proposed for Cambridge St, he said. Car parking has been raised to new heights in Nelson with the installation of a specialised vertical stacking system. It is believed to be the first such installation in the South Island.
Car Parking Solutions is installing 25 car stackers throughout the North Island, and has just completed one at a new Wakefield Quay apartment block. Remember, contracting an expert qualified ensured appraiser will help guarantee that the Fair Market Value of your property is precise, capably made and consistent with the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice.
Such retailers are expanding rapidly into the less sophisticated countries of Southern, The small DVD theatres will have 12 and 18 seats and be similar to the existing 20-seat Platinum Lounge. The new theatres will be on the upstairs floor near the Café metro in an area previously used for storage on the northern side of the building.