Success at the International Property and Building Expo

Posted 24 Jul '17

Avanda Group had a great time last Friday and Saturday at the NZCBIA International Building and Property Expo, held at the Vodafone Events Centre in Manukau.

The conference and expo brought together industry participants to discuss the challenges faced by the building and development industry and how, as a group, we can collaborate to effectively deliver quality homes to the market. 

Our Senior Project Manager Winson Tan (second from left) was one of the distinguished guest invited to open the conference and expo with a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony.

Acquisitions Manager Alan Ye and Marketing Manager Sarah Davidson were ready to answer any questions about Avanda Group and our developments. 

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West Edge Stage 1 Update

West Edge Stage 1 Update

We’re really pleased that the Block D final Council inspection passed on Saturday.  This means that all of the construction is complete on the West Edge Stage 1 site.

We are still waiting on a few more things, like landscaping sign off and issue of titles, but it won’t be long before the last owners of this stage are in their new homes.

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.

Sales Suite open @ Crown Lynn Yards

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

You’ll find more information on the CLY website


Crown Lynn Yards Update

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.