Berechiah Gardens BERECHIAH GARDENS 276 State Highway 17, Albany
Albany is a northern suburb of Auckland
, one of the several cities in northern New Zealand
. The name derives from Alba
(Gaelic for Scotland) and its Latinisation. It is located to the north of the Waitemata Harbour
, 15 kilometres northwest of the Auckland city centre. The suburb is in the Albany ward, one of the thirteen administrative divisions of Auckland City. One of the city's newest suburbs, it was until relatively recently a town in its own right, and still has a feeling of not being truly a part of the city, which lies predominantly to the southeast of it. Much of the land to the north of Albany is still semi-rural. The Māori
name for the area was Okahukura (literally, 'place of rainbows' or 'place of butterflies'). The town was originally known as Lucas Creek, but was renamed in 1890 after Prince Leopold, Duke of Albany
, a son of Queen Victoria
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- Arrange an appointment with us to view what we're selling and to get an understanding on what you'll be going to purchase!
New development in Glenfield, North Shore on Tamahere drive & Kaipatiki Road
Click here to download the Glenfield, Kaipatiki Road subdivision landscape plan pdf
Glenfield is a suburb of North Shore, one of several cities in the Auckland metropolitan area in northern New Zealand. It is located to the north of the Waitemata Harbour, nine kilometres northwest of the Auckland city centre.
The suburb is located in the northern inland part of North Shore city, and is surrounded by the suburbs of Marlborough, Sunnynook, Forrest Hill, Birkenhead, Northcote and is situated close to Takapuna. The northern part of Glenfield is regarded as a separate suburb known as Glenfield North. This latter suburb is sited close to State Highway 1 as it stretches north towards Albany.
The population of Central Glenfield was 4,554 in the 2006 Census, an increase of 240 from 2001. Glenfield North has an additional 4,050 people, and parts of the census area of Kaipatiki, with 4,128 people, might also be considered as Glenfield.
From 1 November 2010, Glenfield becomes part of the Kaipatiki Local Board area in the new Auckland City.
Glenfield has two shopping areas: Westfield Glenfield which is dominated by a Westfield shopping mall and an Aquatic/sports centre; and Wairau Valley, which has some industrial sections and a large number of furniture and home stores.
In the past Glenfield has been perceived as a working-class suburb, however is now home to an increasing number of young families and first home buyers.
Goodland Glenfield Development Ltd began the earth work in October 2009 and aim to complete the work in March 2011. It has 65 minor sections (on average 421 m2) and 1 major section (8526 m2 Including bush).
8th April 2011: 224C has been released. Then titles will follow in few weeks time. Send an enquiry for the copy of geo tech report.
4th May 2011: Titles are released. Anyone who owns the land may build on it now.
12th October 2011: We have very few sections left. Do enquire for available sections!
30th March 2012: There are many construction activities going on in this area. Approximately 15 houses are under construction.
8th March 2013: 9 brand new stand alone houses to be built. 9 terrace house units will be built.