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Plan ahead and make it happen

18 April 2024

AUTHOR:Nick Hall

A change in weather doesn’t always brings a change in pace.

It should come as no surprise that building and land development projects are better to be constructed in the drier months of the year. Longer and dryer days (typically) mean that more can be done, and there is less chance of rain interfering.

With autumn now well and truly here, and winter on the horizon, now is the time to prepare for your next spring and summer season land development projects.

Whether you are planning new land development projects such as subdivision, or a more specific land use activity such as a new house build or extension with a land use infringement, now is the time to get going and gain the necessary resource consents and planning approvals you may need in order for you to proceed.

Need help, or want to discuss your next project with someone? At BIRCH, we are land development consultants with specialist in-house planners, surveyors and civil engineers. Why not get in touch with one of our senior team members at

With local offices in Pukekohe, Penrose, Hamilton, Tauranga and Tairua, we’ve got NZ’s golden triangle covered – and beyond.