BNB member Paul Kerr said the track may as well not proceed at all if it was to follow Vanguard St as the council planned. Richmond’s Craft Habitat is getting a makeover and will be here to stay, say the new owners. You can without a lot of a stretch find online affiliations offering you sydney property valuers and bewildering associations at moderate expenses with real estate valuers.
The complex, well known for displaying local crafts, is to be joined by a fresh produce store and a bakery. Family owned Reward Fresh from Christchurch started construction on the site two weeks ago,” after buying Craft Habitat in June. Owner Brent Thomas said the fruit, vegetables and meat shop would be their second store, providing pip fruit from their own orchards and meat from their processing plants in Christchurch.
They were expecting to open near the end of the year but in the meantime it was business as usual for the artists at Craft Habitat. He said Copland’s Bakeries – another Christchurch family business, would open a second Nelson shop by leasing part of the site, as they’d had plenty of requests for an outlet at the Richmond side of Nelson.
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Export butter production began in a small wooden factory on the same site in 1902. The Millennium Centre Trust is being asked to join a working party which will reconsider site options for a new performing arts and conference centre.