Nelson’s Theatre Royal stands to benefit from a new $32 million fund established to support projects of regional or national significance, Prime Minister Helen Clark says. However, Harvey’s Floorpride owner Tom Harvey is angry Wakatu exercised its right at the last possible moment, obstructing the Nelson City Council’s plans.
The building’s owners, Tom and Lorraine Harvey and Graeme and Geraldine Lummis, needed to sell as they are moving their business to Quarantine Rd later this year.
The council made an offer, it was accepted and signed off, when Wakatu signalled it intended to exercise its right, Mr Harvey said. Experienced Valuation www.brisbanepropertyvaluations.com.au industry professionals are helping in preparing real estate valuation report at very affordable prices.
Although the Harvey-Lummis partnership had not ended up out of pocket, receiving $955,000 for the building, he felt frustrated and misled that Wakatu had changed its mind at the last minute, and did not think it was fair to the council.
The Nelson Marlborough District Health Board decided at a meeting in Blenheim yesterday to draw up architectural and construction contracts for the redevelopment of its villas at Braemar. The board’s offices and mental health services are currently situated at Franklyn Hall, but they have to be relocated by November because the building is being sold by its owner, the Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology.
Life won’t be a cabaret for Nelson Musical Theatre artists unless $90,000 can be raised within a week to move the old Cathedral Parish Centre. While the last month of rehearsals of Cabaret continues, Nelson Musical Theatre committee members have been fretting over how to raise funds to move the buildings to Founders Park.Which is particularly focusing on the connections between the housing market and the current labour shortage in the Nelson-Marlborough region.