Growing pains are a nice change from the old and retired pains which Tauranga has been accustomed to over the last decades.! good to see things happening and to be a part in some of these developments.
Roads and footpaths closed. Fewer parks. Loud noises. Weird smells. Dust.
With downtown development ramping up rapidly, so too will the construction disruptions hitting Tauranga's CBD.
More than $250 million worth of new real estate is set to rise by 2021, including major developments widely expected to breathe new life, vibrancy and diversity into the CBD.
Water supply and wastewater systems have been assessed as able to cope, but retailers and hospitality business owners are a different story.