NZ residential building consents see modest gain in March

NZ residential building consents see modest gain in March

Canterbury : United Kingdom | May 03, 2011 at 5:03 PM PDT
Source: Scoop
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In March, fewer new dwellings were authorized in 12 of New Zealand's 16 regions compared with the same month last year. North Island numbers fell by 175, or 18%, and the South Island fell by 239, or 44%. Canterbury recorded the biggest decline in March, with the region only just starting to pick itself... FULL ARTICLE AT Scoop
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