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Feasibility models 'knocked to hell' - Eke Panuku

Brent Melville
Wed, 08 Jun 2022

Feasibility models 'knocked to hell' - Eke Panuku
Rankin: facing 'a journey' as the market shifts (Image Eke Panuku)
Brent Melville
Wed, 08 Jun 2022
David Rankin, chief executive of the city’s urban regeneration arm Eke Panuku, has a blank canvas of about $3 billion of ratepayer owned property assets to make work for the city. Or to cut loose.The council-controlled organisation is active across several fronts. It manages what the council refers to as ‘non-service’ property, or property that is considered surplus to requirements. It also manages and develops what are Australasia's largest marinas at Westhaven and the Viaduct. Its ‘regenerative’ map...

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