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Topic # 184009 6-Nov-2015 11:43
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Been trawling the internet for a while to see if I could find any definitive list where it lists all the NZ apartment buildings where the body corp has already got fibre install or at least has consent for fibre install.

Anyway, I'm personally focused on Auckland CBD apartments because that's where I live and am actively looking to get fibre.

Apartment buildings where I know either have fibre or have consent for fibre:

 

  • Precinct Apartments, 6 Lorne St
  • Alpha Apartments, 17 Vogel Lane
  • Forte Apartments, 37 Symonds St
  • The Federal, 207 Federal St
  • H47, 47 Hobson St
  • Stamford Residences, 22-26 Albert St
  • Don't know the name, 14 Upper Queen St 

Apartment buildings where I know have denied consent for fibre:

 

  • Victopia Apartments, 135 Victoria St West

If anyone knows of any more, please do share! It doesn't necessarily need to be in Auckland, we could build a massive list for all of NZ.

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  Reply # 1422307 6-Nov-2015 11:56
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Quayside, 11 George St, Whakatane - Consented and installed to at least one apartment.

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  Reply # 1422326 6-Nov-2015 12:09
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Harbour oaks - 16 Gore street. Fibre installed in building but no apartments connected because body corp's fire safety manager won't sign off on the materials Chorus uses. 

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1422334 6-Nov-2015 12:31
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jbard: Harbour oaks - 16 Gore street. Fibre installed in building but no apartments connected because body corp's fire safety manager won't sign off on the materials Chorus uses. 


Yep, I was living there during that process - such a nightmare.. ended up moving out and now i'm somewhere where consent was declined :(

Guardian Trust Building, 105 Queen Street.


Can't wait for my new build - only a year away now...

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  Reply # 1422358 6-Nov-2015 13:00
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Tremont Apartments, 4 Wagener Place, Mount Albert (aka St Lukes)

I've had fibre here since March this year, I was the first install and I know there are others in the building with fibre too.

I'm on 200/200 with Bigpipe.

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  Reply # 1422372 6-Nov-2015 13:25
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union st + top of nelson st all should be UFB ready. our union st building has UFB for over 1.5yrs now.




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  Reply # 1422552 6-Nov-2015 17:59
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The Dilworth Bldg. 22 Queen Street has fibre approved and installed.
I had it connected to my apartment on 9th. October and am so happy with it.
My ADSL connection here was dire :-)



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  Reply # 1422735 7-Nov-2015 09:54
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Have fibre:
Hobson Quay Apartments, 10-14 Hobson St, Auckland
Don't know the name, 9 Victoria St East, Auckland

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  Reply # 1422756 7-Nov-2015 10:32
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I know 220 Hobson Street has it, Also 15 City Road has it, i'm the only one on the floor with it.

 

But finding a public list is going to be hard.




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  Reply # 1422759 7-Nov-2015 10:38
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This is a good idea. Praise though who have permitted, and name and shame those who have denied it.

I have heard the apartments at 11 Tennyson St, Te Aro, Wellington are currently permitted by body corp and waiting on the install in the building.

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  Reply # 1422766 7-Nov-2015 11:19
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Atrium on Main - 281 Onehunga Mall, Onehunga has UFB consented and apartments are connected.




 


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  Reply # 1422833 7-Nov-2015 13:38
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Apartments @ 28 Balfour Rd, Parnell - UFB only no copper.

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  Reply # 1423468 9-Nov-2015 09:33
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Queens Lodge, 176 Broadway, Newmarket. Body corporate consented and fibre installed. 

Have had it in my apartment since August. :D

Also my colleague has fibre installed at Scene 1 Apartments at 2 Beach Road

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  Reply # 1439963 3-Dec-2015 15:30
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republic2 / 10 Lorne Street - Te Aro - Wellington
Fibre ready to go in this apartment complex.



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  Reply # 1440240 4-Dec-2015 03:19
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Shortland Flats 
93 Shortland Street

www.shortlandflats.co.nz

(1923 Gothic Revival style building near top of Shortland Street)

UFB available since November 2014.  About 10 UFB connections out of 25 flats.  Nearly all of the remainder have ADSL or VDSL but have not bothered to upgrade/transfer over.

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  Reply # 1440912 5-Dec-2015 10:40
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The Wakefield Apartments, 18 Wakefield St. Backbone installed on every level, many apartments connected.

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