There are countless decisions to make when tackling a property development, The Green Homes team can help you make the right ones. We work with you on a development solution that optimises the potential of your existing property, and outline the costs and timeframes involved. We work with you to achieve the outcome you’re after.
Our Design Team will advise you at each step of the process to ensure your home is designed to
international best practice energy management standards (ISO 50001). We can also offer dwellings
with Homestar and Lifemark certification to set your development apart from the rest, we are also
happy to work with an Architectural Designer of your choice.
Our Development Team will design a roadmap to guide you through the difficult and complex Resource Management Act (RMA) processes. We will prepare and manage the documentation required for both the resource consent and building consent. Our Development team will liaise with council and the relevant consultants on your behalf to ensure a timely positive outcome.
As soon as the relevant consents are issued, you will be allocated a dedicated Green Homes Project
Manager experienced in managing developments. Your Project Manager will be your first point of
contact for the lifespan of your build.
With construction completed to the highest of building and energy efficiency standards your investment will help you to secure your financial future.
The simple fact is that for New Zealand to meet the projected demand for housing in our city centres it is essential to reconfigure our usable land. And while land prices soar the ability to build on existing land is simply a no-brainer. Everyone’s heard the term “make your MONEY work for you” well the same can be said about making your biggest asset, LAND, work for you.
In the process of providing improved housing density, existing landowners will benefit enormously, either becoming mortgage free sooner, providing a passive income or helping family enter the property market. The options can vary but one thing will be certain. Those that go down this path are likely to be more financially secure!
To manage land usage local authorities, use zoning to determine how different areas are utilised, developed, or protected. All land throughout New Zealand, including land in coastal marine areas, has a zone.
Each zone has rules specifying things like:
While this may seem like an exciting opportunity for landowners; the development journey is complex. It must start with clever design and intelligent planning.
Factors that may influence whether your subdivision would be allowed, include: