Wellington housing scheme to go ahead after costly local opposition fails in court

  • A multimillion-dollar housing development in Houghton Valley, on Wellington’s south coast, will finally go ahead after residents failed in an expensive legal campaign against it.

Friends of Houghton Valley spent about $40,000 mounting a judicial review opposing the development. Developer Immaculate Construction spent $50,000 on the legal process, and Wellington City Council spent what it described as “a five-figure sum”.

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A 13-lot housing development at Houghton Valley will be built after a judicial review brought by opponents failed.

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