PHOTO: STUDIO JUBB This aerial view shows the scale of the block to be demolished if resource consent is granted for the $200m retail and office development by HWCP.

The deep south city of Invercargill may get its biggest makeover yet if the green light is given to demolish a central city block to make way for a $200 million retail and office development.

The project is being driven by Southland’s big transport group H W Richardson that has partnered with Invercargill City Council to form development company HWCP Management.

HWCP proposes to demolish most of the block bound by Esk, Tay, Dee and Kelvin streets and replace it with a development which includes shops, a dining precinct, offices, apartments, a medical centre, a multi-level carpark and maybe also a hotel.



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