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QCL Finalists for 2015 NZ Law Awards

In November the NZ Law Awards for 2015 will be announced and Queen City Law is proud to yet again be a finalist in the Prendos New Zealand Property and Construction Specialist Law Firm of the Year category. We would like to thank you all for your invaluable support and confirm that we are always committed to delivering excellent […]

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Granny Flat or Home & Income?

With the growing number of property transactions in 2015, we have noticed frequent reference to “granny flat or home & income” from property advertisements and agreements that have been sent to our office. With the growing shortage of suitable property and escalating property prices, home buyers and investors have preferred the option of purchasing a […]

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3000 new apartments planned for Auckland CBD

Colliers International researchers said today 3000 apartments would be built in the Auckland cbd in the 4 years to the end of 2018, raising stock by 18%, from 17,395 to 20,472. Research & consultancy national director Alan McMahon said 6601 new apartments would be built in the whole region, 44% in the cbd, 28% in each […]

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Property Development – Case Studies

Property Development Case StudiesQueen City Law were Winners of 2014 – Acquisition International Construction Law Firm of the Year Queen City Law is a law firm specialising in commercial, property, property development, litigation and immigration law. Queen City Law is a law firm specialising in commercial, property, property development, litigation and immigration law. Areas of […]

NZ Building & Construction Law Conference

Queen City law are pleased to be attending : NEW ZEALAND BUILDING & CONSTRUCTION LAW CONFERENCE 28-29 April 2015, Crowne Plaza, Auckland New Zealand’s annual update for legal compliance in the building and construction sectors. It starts with  8.30 Registration and coffee then Opening remarks from the Chair – John Green, Mediator, Building Disputes Tribunal http://www.conferenz.co.nz/conferences/building-and-construction-law-conference  Tina […]

Developers and Heritage New Zealand

How do developers, body corporates and homeowners deal with archaeological finds when renovating homes or building on new land.  Did you know that renovating, changing, moving or damaging a pre 1900 villa means you may be liable for a large fine under the act, and the developer can be order to suspend development. All developers are […]

Small window in apartment development

Pro​jects not yet un​der way could strug​gle come sale time according to an article by Cather​ine Har​ris for the Sunday Star Times on 30 Nov 2014. Read the full article here or read more of Marcus Beveridge’s comments on development in the Auckland CBD in his recent commentary here. The Sunday Star Times goes on to suggest fresh for​eign in​vest​ment in […]

What’s really going on in Auckland’s CBD? – Chinese Investment

A new wave of Chinese investors hit town. If Winston knew what has been going on in downtown Auckland over the last 12 months or so who knows he may have won the election! Deals in the pipeline or in some cases already settled in Auckland City indicate that the Chinese appetite for property has […]

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New Zealand Institute of Architects – 2014 Apartment Design Awards

  I represented Queen City Law at the New Zealand Institute of Architects apartment design awards last week, where there was an impressive display of superb construction and property development projects. The Auckland Property Market is continuing its strong run despite cooling effects of the Reserve Banks move on rates.  I was probably only non […]

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Top 11 Posts from the last year

Queen City Law have been blogging in the immigration and property law space for 4 years now. All our regular posts are still on this site and you can search these by category, by tag cloud or by chronological order. Our regular posts often have articles and fact sheets embedded. These articles can be found […]