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PM cuts ribbon on major Newmarket redevelopment

The PM recently opened the refurbished Boulevard Hotel in Alpers Avenue, Newmarket.

The Boulevard is stage one of a redevelopment project which will transform the derelict site around the old Carlton Bowling Club. Stage two will be a five-star hotel and high-end apartments; Stage three will be three blocks of 80sqm-plus apartments, plus retail facilities and a school. Stage Two alone will inject $75 million into the local construction industry. Go Mr Liu.

On 12 September I chaired a Business Advisory Panel meeting in the VIP room at The Cloud on Queens Wharf. Members were briefed on the Council’s four big plans (Spatial, Waterfront, City Centre, and Economic Development) that are out for public consultation from 20 September. The Panel is gelling well together and is keen to have early input in policy formation around the Unitary Plan and the all-important 2012 rating amalgamation.

The biggest revelation from the RWC opening night reports, tabled on 14 September, wasn’t that organisers’ wrongly predicted the numbers but that there was no forecasting at all!

I pushed ATEED CEO Michael Redman and his staggering response was: “Well we modelled the capacity of how much space there is available, but you know, we were monitoring Facebook – those people that said they were going to attend, there were some numbers that were coming out of there – but there was no modelling of demand that sat behind our Friday night.”

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PM cuts ribbon on major Newmarket redevelopment

The PM recently opened the refurbished Boulevard Hotel in Alpers Avenue, Newmarket.

The Boulevard is stage one of a redevelopment project which will transform the derelict site around the old Carlton Bowling Club. Stage two will be a five-star hotel and high-end apartments; Stage three will be three blocks of 80sqm-plus apartments, plus retail facilities and a school. Stage Two alone will inject $75 million into the local construction industry. Go Mr Liu.

On 12 September I chaired a Business Advisory Panel meeting in the VIP room at The Cloud on Queens Wharf. Members were briefed on the Council’s four big plans (Spatial, Waterfront, City Centre, and Economic Development) that are out for public consultation from 20 September. The Panel is gelling well together and is keen to have early input in policy formation around the Unitary Plan and the all-important 2012 rating amalgamation.

The biggest revelation from the RWC opening night reports, tabled on 14 September, wasn’t that organisers’ wrongly predicted the numbers but that there was no forecasting at all!

I pushed ATEED CEO Michael Redman and his staggering response was: “Well we modelled the capacity of how much space there is available, but you know, we were monitoring Facebook – those people that said they were going to attend, there were some numbers that were coming out of there – but there was no modelling of demand that sat behind our Friday night.”

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