GRAND SCALE - 59.83HA - FUTURE URBAN & MIXED RURAL
Perfectly suited for developers and investors, this is a rare opportunity to acquire 59.83ha of land zoned Future Urban and Mixed Rural in a high growth area - the potential here is huge! The property boasts two titles with a combined rateable value of $20,690,000 and has a huge road frontage of 420 metres. The total land area (59.83ha) is split into two different zonings. 17.6 Hectares (approx) is zoned Mixed Rural and the remaining 42.3 Hecatres (approx) is zoned Future Urban - Mixed housing suburban in the Draft Drury / Opaheke Structure Plan 2019. This puts the property in Stage Two of Drury West to be development ready in the first half of decade two (2028 - 2032). The property is located amongst a number of major developments already underway. Approximately 2.7km to the west of the property is Paerata Rise. To the north approximately 1.4.km away is Aurunga development. Heading North East 2.6km is the Kiwi Properties Drury Project and lastly to the East across SH1 you have the Drury South Crossing Project.
There are 3 1950's houses currently used by farm workers, working 4 operational chicken sheds and a Balance Dairy Farm, these business uses are a perfect source of income while developing the land. Well located close to highly desirable and fast growing Pukekohe (11.7kms) and Drury (3.7km), this property also has community conveniences such as excellent schools, supermarkets, child care and medical facilities all within several kilometres. Access to the Southern motorway is just 3km away making easy connections to Manukau City Centre (18kms), Auckland CBD (37.3kms), Auckland Airport (26kms) and Hamilton (90kms). A regular train service connects Pukekohe with Papakura through to Central Auckland and the spectacular west coast beaches of Kariotahi and the Awhitu Peninsula are just a short drive away.
Drury and the surrounding areas are fast becoming an exciting focus for residential growth. Located approximately 20 kilometres south of Auckland's city centre, it is the largest proportion of future urban areas in Auckland. The Draft Drury Structure Plan 2019 estimates an increase in population by a further 60,000 and an estimated increase in jobs by 12,000. The Vision for Drury is to be a sustainable, liveable, compact and accessible place with a successful town centre and residential options close to a variety of employment opportunities. This premium location is well connected to the wider Auckland region through the rails and road networks making it an ideal development location.
Located the closest to the property between Karaka and Drury, Auranga development wants to bring that neighbourhood feeling back into modern living. Consisting of an 84.6ha Special Housing Area and a further 83ha recently approved by Auckland Council in a private plan change (part operative), Auranga is currently working towards providing 2,650 dwellings. The long-term plan is to also provide a town centre, public transport including trains and buses, a community civic centre, retirement village and schools as well as commercial and retail precincts.
Paerata Rise comprises of approximately 4,500 houses that are built on the firm foundations of the Wesley College Trust and Grafton Downs' commitment to community ethics and modern innovation. With 300ha of land being developed, 5ha will be devoted to green spaces as well as purpose built walkways and cycleways within the township. There will be a lively and vibrant mix of shops, cafés, restaurants and amenities at the community's finger tips. The township will also have a golf course, tennis court, swimming pool, cricket and rugby fields and a range of indoor sports facilities. With increasing urban growth in the area, a Paerata Rise railway station and commuter hub are being planned to increase transport choice. When it comes to education, there are both primary schools and secondary schools being planned for the town.
The Drury South Crossing site is located in the Drury basin in South Auckland, east of the southern motorway (SH1), between the Drury interchange to the north and the Ramarama interchange to the south. It is a 361 hectare master-planned mixed use development including residential, industrial commercial and public zones. It offers the latest in power, water and communications technology. Drury is set to benefit from $2 billion of infrastructure investment over the next ten years. With new railway stations, bus routes, roads and water infrastructure and the potential for a regional centre to be created around Drury South Crossing, it is already becoming the focal point of considerable industrial and commercial occupier interest.
Lastly Kiwi Properties development recently purchased 51 hectares of land in Drury where they want to create a vibrant town centre that will support the Drury community for years to come. This exciting opportunity is in a rapidly appreciating location and is ready to go when you are - arrange your inspection now!