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  Reply # 1442200 7-Dec-2015 16:58
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I've been told the apartment building at 77 Halsey St, Auckland Central has consent from body corp.

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  Reply # 1449609 13-Dec-2015 12:59
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Asteliaz: I've been told the apartment building at 77 Halsey St, Auckland Central has consent from body corp.


Asteliaz, would you mind editing your first post and consolidating the list of apartments into one master list? Maybe the mods could sticky the post, cause this is quite useful information.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1449684 13-Dec-2015 15:37
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CcMaN: Asteliaz, would you mind editing your first post and consolidating the list of apartments into one master list? Maybe the mods could sticky the post, cause this is quite useful information.

I wish I could, as far as I can tell, I can only edit my posts one time :(

EDIT ::::
Hmm, it seems I can only edit when its the latest post/reply?? ... I can't edit any of my posts in this thread lol (except this one, but I suspect that will change once someone else replies).

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  Reply # 1449721 13-Dec-2015 16:47
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you have i think its 1-2 hours to edit a post after making it.

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Q Central & Q City Apartments (pretty much the entire block bordered By Queen, Turner, Liverpool Streets & City Rd in AKL CBD).  All Consented and installed up each stairway, connected to Apartment as ordered.

I have also seen in the last week the Volt Apartments on Cnr Queen Street & Mayoral Drive being wired up.

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  Reply # 1458423 29-Dec-2015 11:15
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pjamieson: Q Central & Q City Apartments (pretty much the entire block bordered By Queen, Turner, Liverpool Streets & City Rd in AKL CBD).  All Consented and installed up each stairway, connected to Apartment as ordered.

I have also seen in the last week the Volt Apartments on Cnr Queen Street & Mayoral Drive being wired up.


Thanks for that!

Those places are really close to where I am on Whitaker Place in Grafton (Longview Apartments). Not sure whether my building has obtained consent yet but will be watching this thread with interest.

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  Reply # 1458481 29-Dec-2015 13:34
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Merchant Quarter Apartments in New Lynn, fully wired with fibre to each individual apartment comms cupboard.

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  Reply # 1464870 7-Jan-2016 09:04
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Bridgeside Apartments on Grafton Road

- Apparently all ISP sites say Fibre is available online but no one (ISPs, Chorus) can come up with a way to install fibre into apartments that is OK with the body corp. On the Chorus UFB Map, it says scheduled to be installed June 2018 (literally the only strip on the map, surrounded by already UFB connected areas). I have VDSL installed which did get a speed boost recently (from 16 mbps down to 24), which will do for now. 

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