Selwyn Community

Posted 16 Feb '21

Selwyn Community

Avanda Group is proud to be the principal sponsor of Selwyn Sounds for its 5th anniversary on 10 April 2021. Always a very popular event in Lincoln,  this year’s line-up will be a completely Kiwi one with no international acts, but the crowd is still expected to be at capacity of close to 12,000. Selwyn remains one of the fastest growing districts in all of New Zealand with towns such as Rolleston, Lincoln, Prebbleton and Leeston expanding rapidly over the last decade. Avanda has a master planned development in Rolleston and is working on launching several new projects to support the region and to continue growing new communities. We are happy to contribute to the community’s enjoyment with our support of Selwyn Sounds.


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Mingyang has done a great job, even taking the Saturday Council inspection bookings at the loss of some of his weekends. Thanks Ming, we appreciate your diligence.

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Our new Sales Suite opened last weekend, and we think it’s looking pretty good!

Come in on Saturday or Sunday between 11 and 12 for a chat with Harry and check out the plans – it could be the next step to your new home

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Crown Lynn Yards, the second stage of our New Lynn project, had some great progress in March.

Resource consent and  the EPA have been granted (this is a big deal for us) and building consent lodgements have commenced. 

Civil and underground works have started – construction of underground services are underway and the first platforms for terraces almost complete. It is important that we get these works finished before the winter rain sets in.

It won’t be too long before construction is really visible on the site.