Hawke’s Bay Lifestyle
development potential feasibility assessments
The new Unitary Plan allows residential properties to be developed in ways that weren’t previously possible and each site needs to be assessed individually to determine its potential. We prepare Development Potential Plans that show how a site could be redeveloped, and we work closely with a resource planner, environmental engineer and civil engineer to get their preliminary input into the plans at the earliest stage. We then take the plan to a pre-application meeting with council to get their feedback. At the end of this process (which generally takes less than 2 months), property owners have a good understanding of the amount of development that should be possible on their site. We can then look after the full design, documentation, consenting and construction process for the project.
remuera Residence alterations, Auckland
This residence in Remuera had been damaged in a fire, and was also a “leaky” house. Fat Parrot designed and documented the re-instatement of fire damage, the re-cladding of the exterior, and the interior renovation of the house. It has transformed the former plaster-clad house to a more enduring yet contemporary design.
Hawke’s bay Residence
freeman’s bay bungalow renovations
The charm of this original bungalow has been retained and revitalised, whilst alterations and additions simultaneously provide a more modern and open home for 21st century living.
viaduct square, fanshawe and hardinge streets, Auckland city
A mixed use fourteen level complex on Fanshawe and Hardinge Streets in the city incorporating 170 apartments, 3,700m2 of prime office space, and 700m2 of retail space. This project obtained Urban design Panel and Resource Consent approval, but has yet to proceed to construction.
Simpson House, Whangaparaoa
This project transformed an old bach (pictured) into a contemporary 4 bedroom family residence with landscaped gardens. It was designed to optimise the stunning views to the Hauraki Gulf across Manly beach in Whangaparaoa, just north of Auckland.